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Ladies and Gentlemen of Cambridge ! 

Your attention i.i respectfully invited to my Establishment 
for the manufacture aud sale of all kinds of 

DATS, CAPS AND FUR GOODS, 

TITE LARGEST VARIETY OF RICH 

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FOR CHILDREN, 

FOR ALL SEASONS OF THE YEAR. 




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A GREAT ASSORTMENT OF 

LADIES' RIDING HATS AND CAPS. 

ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER. 

IMPORTER OF FRENCH HATS, 

Sable Tippets from $50 to $150 each. 

I will sell as cheap, if not cheaper, than any other 
establishment in New England. 

(XP" Should any articles not prove, in every particular 
equal to its recommendation, prompt and 
cheerful satisfaction will be made. 

Stores and Chambsrs 173 & 175 Washington Et, 

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STACY COURTIS, 

66 HANOVER STREET, . . . BOSTON, 

Keeps constantly for sale a 
A LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK 

— OF — 

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house &e:eplnq qoqds 

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SECOND— We show our Goods with pleasure, and do 
not urge customers to buy. 

THIRD— We have invariably One Price. 

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60 Hanover Street, under the American House, 

BOSTON. 



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No. 142 Washington Street, Boston, 

3 doors north of the Old South Church, 
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HOT AIR FURNACES, 

For Wood or Coal, 

in which recent improvements have been made, rendering 
them in simplicity of construction and ease of manage- 
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qualities going to constitute a 

PERFECT FURNACE 

greatly superior to any other kind offered for sale in this 
market. The large number recently put into model school 
houses, churches, seminaries, court houses, hospitals, 
banks and other large edifices erected for charitable, be- 
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vate dwellings, proves their superiority, and the apprecia- 
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to a large and beautiful assortment of 

PSNASYN MARB&S KTANTELS, 

made of enamelled stone in imitation of the higher cost 
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COOKING STOVES, RUMFORD OVENS, 

and heating and cooking apparatus generally. 

LEOPOLD HERMAN, 
New Marbled Block, Nos. 336 and 338 Washington St., 
nearly opposite the Adams House, Boston. 




Furniture and Carpet Rooms, 



WHITNEY & BRACKETT, 

BRATTLE SQUARE. 

0^=* W. & B. manufacture to order, French Furniture 
in Damask, Plush and Brocatelle. They are also 
Agents for the sale of Howe's Patent Spring" Bed. 



A. A. WHITNEY. 



J. BRACKETT. 



HENRY TOLMAN, 

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(Directly opposite Franklin Street,) 
Publisher of Music, and Importer of 

MELODEONS OF ALL STYLES, 

FROM THE 

Best Makers in the United States, 
for sale at Manufacturer's prices. 

No. 219 Washington Street. 



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and delivered at the Houses of all who favor 
us with their Patronage. 

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:rectory 



FOR 



1857, 

IBRACING A LIST OF THE CITY OFFICERS, A GENERAL 
DIRECTORY OF THE CITIZENS, AND A 
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




CAMBRIDGE: 
PUBLISHED BY JOHN FORD, 

AT THE CHRONICLE OFFICE, 

18 5 7. 



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PREFACE. 



In presenting to the citizens of Cambridge the ninth num- 
ber of the Cambridge Directory, we would call attention to the 
rapid increase of the population of our city, as will be seen by 
the yearly enlargement of this little work. When the present 
publisher, in January 1848, issued the first number of the 
Directory, it contained less than one hundred and twenty 
pages, and only two thousand two hundred and fifty names- 
It has been annually increasing in size, till, as will be seen in 
the present number, it contains two hundred and twenty-eight 
pages, and over six thousand four hundred names ! The addi- 
tional names inserted the present year amount to more than 
fifteen hundred, and the number of the alterations to four thou- 
sand and sixty. We commend this number of the Directory to 
he favor of the public, assuring them that we have spared no 
labor or expense to ensure its correctness, and to make it use 
ful and acceptable to the inhabitants of our highly favored city. 



CONTENTS. 

Assessors , 30 Aft Auburn Cemetery, 42 

Banks, 34 i Notaries, * . 35 

Calendar Pages, 5-27 Overseers of Poor,. ... 30 

Cambridge Cemetery, 42 Pound Keeper, 32 

City Officers, ." .29-30 Representatives, SO 

Constables 32 Reservoirs, 40-41 

County Officers, 37-38 Religious Societies, . . .48-52 



Courts, 36-37 

Corporations, 43 

Charitable and other 

Associations, 44-47 



Rates of Postage 227 

Savings Banks 35 

School Committee,... 29 
Streets, Lanes, &c,.. .65-70 



Eclipses, 3 Tax Pavers, Wardl,.. 53 

Fire Department, 38-39 " * Ward 2,.. 57 

Funeral Undertakers, 32 " " Ward 3,.. 62 

Justices of the Peace, 33 Watchmen, 32 

Justice of Police Court, 33 | Ward Officers, 30 



Eclipses of the Sun and Moon. 

In the year 1857, there will be two Eclipses ; both of the 
Sun. 

I. A total Eclipse of the Sun, March 2bth. 

Eclipse begins, 3h. 6.3m. ] 
Middle of the Eclipse, 5h. 40.2m. [ p. M. 
Eclipse ends, 8h. 24.5m. J 
Visible in the United States of America. 



II. An annular Eclipse of the Sun, Sept. 17th. 

Eclipse begins, 17th d. 9h. 53.7m.— p. m. 

Middle of the Eclipse, 18th d. Oh. 39.0m. j 

Eclipse ends, 18th d. 3h. 48.9m. j A> - 
Visible in Asia and Austria. 



Principal Articles of the Calendar for 1857 « 



Golden Number, 15 

Epact, 4 

Solar Cycle, 18 



Dominical Letter, D 

Roman Indiction, 15 

Julian Period, 6570 



Movable Feasts and Fasts for 185T. 

Epiphany, Jan. 6 i Low Sunday, April 19 

SeptuagesimaS'day,Feb. 8 j Rogation Sunday, May 17 

Shrove Sunday, Feb. 22 i Ascension Day, May 21 

Ash Wednesday, Feb. 25 Whit Sunday, May 31 

First Sunday in Lent Mar. 1 I Trinity Sunday June 7 

Palm Sunday, April 5 j Corpus Christi, June 11 

Good Friday, April 10 ' Advent Sunday, Nov. 29 

Easter Sunday, April 12 Christmas Day, Dec. 25 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1858) by 

JOHN FORD, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the 
District of Massachusetts. 



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JANUARY. 



31 Days 



Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d" m.Days 


d. m. 


1 


S22 59 


7 


22 19 13 


21 25 


2 


22 53 


8 


22 11 14 


21 14 


3 


22 48 


9 


22 3 15 


21 3 


4 


22 41 


10 


21 54 16 


20 52 


5 


22 35 


11 


21 44 17 


20 40 


6 


22 28 


12 


21 35| 18 


20 28 



Daysjd. m. 
19" 20 15 

20 20 2 

21 19 48 

22 19 34 

23 19 20 

24 |19 



Days 

25 


d. m. 


18 51 


26 


18 36 


27 


18 21 


28 


18 5 


29 


17 49 


30 


17 33 



Moon's Perigee, 5th day, Oh A.— Apogee, 17th day, lOh A. 
Moon's Perigee, 30th day, 5h M. 



First Quar. 3d d. 7h 


l. 29m 


. mo. 


1 Last Quar. 18th d 


Oh. 5m mo. 


Full M., 10th d. 4h. 23m. mo. | New Moon, 25th d. 6h. 41m.ev. 


D 


Days 


SUN 


Len'h 


Days m 


Moon ! Moon 


M's 
Age. 


High Tide. 


of 


of 


Ris. (Sets. 


Days. 


incr. oj 


r & siSou's 


Morn.f Eye. 


M 


Week. 


h. m.'h. m. 


h. m. 


h.m.;m. 


h. m.'h. m. 


h. m.Jh. m. 


llTh. 


7 30 r 4 38 


9 8 


4 


4 


10 42[ 4 42 


5 


2 33 


2 56 


2Fr. 


7 30 


4 39 


9 9 


5 


5 


11 53 5 29 


6 


3 19 


3 42 


3Sa. 


7 30 


4 40 


9 10 


6 


5 


morn 6 17 


7 


4 6 


4 30 


4SU. 


7 30 4 41 


9 11 


7 


5 


1 8 7 06 


8 


4 55 


5 22 


6 


Mo. 


7 30 4 42 9 12 


8 


6 


2 25 8 


9 


5 51 


6 23 


6 


Tu. 


7 304 43 9 13 


9 


6 


3 43 8 57 


10 


6 58 


7 30 


7 


We. 


7 30 4 44 9 14 


10 


7 


5 1 9 58 


11 


8 7 


8 46 


8 


Th. 


7 29|4 45 9 16 


12 


7 


6 1411 1 


12 


9 22 


9 56 


9 


Fr. 


7 29 4 46 9 17 


13 


8 


ris. a| morn 


13 


10 28 


10 57 


10 


Sa. 


7 29 4 47 


9 18 


14 


8 


4 59 


2 


14 


1126 


1151 


11 


SU. 


7 29 4 48 


9 19 


15 


8 


6 12 


58 


15 




15 


12 


Mo. 


7 284 49 


9 21 


17 


9 


7 22 


1 50 


16 


6 39 


59 


13 


Tu. 


7 27 4 50 9 23 


19 


9 


8 32 


2 38 


17 


121 


141 


14 


We. 


7 27 ! 4 52'9 25 


2110 


9 36 


3 22 


18 


2 1 


2 20 


15 


Th. 


7 26 4 53 9 27 


23 10 


10 38 


4 3 


19 


2 38 


2 57 


16 


Fr. 


7 26 4 55 9 29 


25 10 


11 39 


4 42 


20 


3 15 


3 33 


17 


Sa. 


7 25 4 56 9 31 


27 11 


morn 


5 22 


21 


3 51 


4 8 


18 


SU. 


7 25 4 58 9 33 


29 11 


40 


6 2 


22 


4 28 


4 44 


19 


Mo. 


7 24 4 59 9 35 


31 11 


1 43 


6 44 


23 


5 5 


5 27 


20 


Tu. 


7 24 5 9 36 


32111 


2 48 


7 30 


24 


5 52 


6 23 


21 


We. 


7 23 5 19 38 


34 12 


3 53 


8 19 


25 


6 59 


7 35 


22 


Th. 


7 23 5 3 9 40 


30 12 


4 56 


9 13 


26 


8 12 


8 50 


23 


Fr. 


7 22 5 4 9 42 


38 12 


5 68 


10 9 


27 


9 25 


10 1 


24 


Sa. 


7 21 5 5 9 44 JO 40J13 


6 69J11 6 


28 


10 28 


10 64 


26 


SU. 


7 20 5 6 


9 46 42 13 


sets a: ev. 3 


29 


11 18 


11 42 


26 


Mo. 


7 19 ( 5 7 


9 48 44 13 


6 59 67 


1 




3 


27 


Tu. 


7 l'J 5 8 


9 49 46 13 


7 15 1 49 


2 


24 


44 


28 


We. 




9 51 47 13 


8 31 2 38 


3 


1 2 


126 


29 


Th. 


7 17 5 10 


9 53 49 14 


9 45 3 27 


4 


143 


2 2 


30 


Fr. 


7 16 5 12 9 56 |0 52^14 


11 0| 4 15 


6 


2 22 


2 41 


31 


Sa. 


7 15 


5 13 


9 58 1 


54 


14 


mom 


5 3 


6 


3^2 


3 22 



Q^" Cambridge business men should advertise in the 
Cambridge Chronicle. 
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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY, 



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FEBRUARY. 



28 Days. 





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Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


Days 


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13 12 


19 


11 7 


£ 


2 


16 42 


8 


14 51 


14 


12 52 


20 


10 46 


1 


3 


16 24 


9 


14 32 


15 


12 31 


21 


10 24 


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16 6 


10 


14 12 


16 


12 11 


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10 2 


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15 48 


11 


13 52 


17 


11 50 


23 


9 40 


6 


15 28 


12 


13 33 


18 


11 29 


24 


9 18 



Days d. m. 

25~|8 66 

26 8 34 

27 8 11 

28 7 48 



Moon's Apogee, 14th day, 7h A. — Perigee, 26th day, lh A. 

First Quar. 1st d. 3h. 36m. ev. I Last Quar. 16th d. 9h. 35m. ev. 
Full Moon, 8th d. 7h. 8m. ev. | New Moon, 24th d. 7h. 13m. mo 



Days I SUN jLen'hjDays \m I Moon [Moon, w | High .Tide. 

of I Ris.lSets. Days. incr. od r & s Sou's f^"| Morn. Eve. 
Week |h. m.'h.m.jh. m. h. m. £ in. m. lh. m r ' h. m.lh. m. 



1SU. 
2 Mo. 
3Tu. 
4 We. 
5Th. 
6Fr. 
7Sa. 
8SU. 
9 Mo. 
lO.Tu. 

11 We. 

12 Th. 

13 Fr. 
l4Sa. 

15 SU. 

16 Mo 
17iTu. 

18 We. 

19 Th. 

20 Fr. 

21 Sa. 

22 s a 

23 Mo. 

24 Tu. 

25 We. 

26 Th. 

27 Fr. 

28 Sa. 



14^5 14 



5 16 
5 17 

5 19 
5 20 
5 21 
5 22 
5 24 
5 25 
5 26 
5 28 
5 29 
0'5 30 
59 5 32 



10 111 
10 131 
10 15 1 
10 18 1 
10 201 
10 221 



10 25 
10 27 
10 30 

10 33 



56114 

59 14 

1|14 

414 

7 14 

914 

11'14 

14J15 

16 15 

18 15 

21|15 

23 15 

26 15 



57 5 33 10 36 
55 5 34 10 391 
54 5 35 10 411 
53 5 37 10 441 
515 38 10 471 
495 39J10 501 
48 5 41110 531 
46,5 42 ! 10 56 1 
44 5 43 10 59 1 



1 

1 

1 

1 29 l4lll 30 

1 



15 



1 33 

2 49 

4 2 

5 7 

6 1 
6 43 
ris. a 

6 14 

7 20 

8 23 

9 25 
10 27 



morn 

33 

1 38 



43 5 44 
42 5 46 
40 5 47 

38!5 48, 

7fi AoJ 



11 11 

11 4 2 
11 72 

11 102 



G 8716 4911 12 2 



32 14 

35 14 

3714 

40 14 

4314 

4614, _ 

49 141 5 25 

52 14| 6 3 

55 14 sets a 

57 13 6 8 
13 7 26 
3 13 8 44 
6 13 10 2 
S 1311 21 



5 57 

6 51 

7 50 

8 50 

9 50 

10 48 

11 41 
morn 

30 

1 15 

1 57 

2 38 

3 17 
3 57 
4 

5 23 

6 10 

7 2 

7 65 

8 51 

9 48 

10 44 

11 37 
ev.29 

1 19 

2 8 

2 59 

3 51 



3 43 

4 27 

5 14 

6 16 

7 37 
9 11 



4 4 

4 50 

5 44 

6 56 

8 24 

9 54 



10 27 10 58 

11 25 11 50 
10 



31 

1 9 

1 41 

2 12. 

2 43 

3 11 

3 43 

4 14 

4 54 

5 49 

7 13 

8 40 
10 
11 



50 

1 25 

1 56 

2 27 

2 67 

3 28 

3 57 

4 34 

5 17 

6 28 

7 67 
9 27 

6 10 35 
11 22 



11 45 
5 

45 

1 21 

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Days|d. m. f 


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7 


5 7 


2 


7 3 


8 


4 44 


3 


6 40 


9 


4 20 


4 


6 17 


10 


3 57 


6 


5 54 


11 


3 33 


6 


5 30] 


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3 10 



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Daysfd 
13 

14 
15 
16 

17 
18 



31 Days. 



48 



Days.d. 



23 
sO 
nO 23 

47 

1 11 
1 34 



Days 



d. m. 



3 32 
3 55 



Moon's Apogee, 14th day, Oh A.— Perigee, 26th day, 7h A. 



First Quar. 2d d. llh. 46m. ey. 
Full Moon, 10th d llh. 32m mo. 



Last Quar. 18th d. 4h. 19m. ev. 
New Moon, 25th d. 5h. 44m. ey . 



Days 

of 

Week 



SUN ILen'h 
Ris. (Sets. Days. 
h. m. hm.'h. m. 



Days'oQ 1 
incr. oq 
h.m.l m 



Moon 
r & s 
h. m. 



Moon 
Sou's 
n. m. 



I High Tide. 
Morn. Eve. 
|h. m. h. m 



SU. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fr. 

Sa. 

SU. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fr. 

Sa. 

SU. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 



20|Fr. 
Sa. 
SU. 
Mo. 
Tu. 
We. 
Th. 
Fr. 
Sa. 
SU. 
Mo. 
Tu. 



6 36 
6 34 
6 33 
6 31 
6 30 
6 28 
6 26 
6 24 
6 22 
6 21 
6 19 
6 17 
6 15 
6 14 
6 12 
6 11 
6 



7 

5 

3 

2 


586 
566 
556 
536 
516 
496 
486 
46,6 
456 



51 

52 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 



1 

2 

3 

6 4 

6 6 

6 7 

6 8 

6 9 

6 



1115 
1118 
1121 
1124 
1126 
1129 
1132 
1135 
1138 
1140 
1143 
1146 
1149 
1152 

11 65 
1157 

12 
12 3 
12 6 
12 9 
12 12 
12 15 
12 18J3 
12 213 
12 23 3 
12 26 3 
12 29 ! 3 



21 12 32 3 



22 12 34 

23 12 37 
25il2 40 



morn 

30 

1 55 
3 4 

3 59 

4 44 

5 18 

5 47 
ris-. a 

6 12 

7 14 

8 15 

9 17 

10 21 

11 25 
morn 

29 

1 31 

2 29 

3 17 

3 58 

4 32 

4 59 

5 23 
sets a 

7 
8 59 

10 19 

11 40 
morn 

54 



4 46 

5 45 

6 44 

7 45 

8 42 

9 36 

10 25 

11 11 
11 54 
morn 

35 



7 35 

8 29 

9 23 

10 14 

11 5 
11 55 
ev.46 

1 39 

2 35 

3 34 

4 36 

5 38 



2 58 

3 38 

4 21 

5 15 

6 36 

8 16 

9 51 
10 49 
1137 

29 

1 
127 
156 

2 23 

2 51 

3 20 

3 57 

4 39 

6 42 

7 20 

8 53 
10 8 
10 56 
1136 

32 
113 
152 

2 32 

3 16 



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Days 


d. m. 


Days 
7 


d. m. 
6 58 


Days 
13 


d. m. Days 
9 1L 19 


d. m 
ffl9 


Days 
~25 


d. m. 


1 


1 


n4 41 


13 19 


2 


5 4 


8 


7 21 


14 


9 33 


20 


11 39 


26 


13 39 


1 


3 


6 27 


9 


7 43 


15 


9 54 


21 


12 


27 


13 58 


R 


4 


5 50 


10 


8 5 


16 


10 16 


22 


12 20 


28 


14 17 


I 


5 


6 13 


11 


8 28 


17 


10 37 


23 


12 40 


29 


14 34 


6 


6 36 


12 


1 8 49 


18 


10 58 


24 


31 


30 


14 53 



Moon's Apogee, 10th day, 9h A. — Perigee, 24th day, 6h M. 



First Quar. lstd.8h. 49m. mo. I Last Quar. 17th d. 7h. 15m. mo. 
Full Moon, 9th d. 4h. 44m. mo. | New Moon, 24th d. 2h. 80m. mo. 



Days 

of 

Week 



SUN |Len'h| Days 
Ris. I Sets. Days. incr. 
h.m |h. m.|h. m.|h.m. 



Moon 
r & s 
h. m. 



Moonl M , 
Sou's J*f 
h. m. Age ' 



High Tide. 
Morn. I Eye. 
h. m.|h. m. 



1 


We. 


6 43 


6 26 


12 43 


3 39 


4 


1 55 


6 37 


7 


3 40 


2 


Th. 


5 41 


6 27 


12 46 


3 42 


4 


2 43 


7 33 


8 


4 31 


3 


Fr. 


5 40 


6 29 


12 49 


3 45 


3 


3 22 


8 23 


9 


6 41 


4 


Sa. 


5 38 


6 30 


12 52 


3 48 


3 


3 51 


9 9 


10 


719 


6 


su. 


5 36 


6 31 


12 55 


3 51 


3 


4 13 


9 53 


11 


8 55 


6 


Mo. 


5 34 


6 32 


12 58 


3 54 


2 


4 34 


10 34 


12 


10 2 


7 


Tu. 


5 33 


6 33 


13 


3 56 


2 


4 52 


11 13 


13 


10 50 


8 


We. 


5 31 


6 34 


13 3 


3 59 


2 


ris. a 


11 53 


14 


1125 


9 


Th. 


5 29 


6 35 


13 6 


4 2 


2 


7 8 


morn 


15 


1155 


10 


Fr. 


5 27 


6 36 


13 9 


4 5 


1 


8 11 


33 


16 


010 


11 


Sa. 


5 26 


6 37 


13 11 


4 7 


1 


9 15 


1 15 


17 


41 


12 


SU. 


5 24 


6 38 


13 14 


410 


1 


10 20 


2 1 


18 


110 


13 


Mo. 


5 22 


6 39 


13 17 


413 





11 22 


2 48 


19 


138 


14 


Tu. 


5 21 


6 41 


13 20 


416 





morn 


3 39 


20 


2 8 


15 


We. 


5 20 


6 42 


13 22 


418 





21 


4 31 


21 


2 37 


16 


Th. 


5 18 


6 43 


13 25 


4 21 


F. 


1 11 


5 25 


22 


311 


17 


Fr. 


5 16 


6 44 


13 28 


4 24 





1 54 


6 19 


23 


3 53 


16 


Sa. 


5 15 


6 45 


13 30 


4 26 


1 


2 31 


7 12 


24 


4 47 


10 


SU. 


5 13 


6 46 


13 33 


4 29 


1 


2 59 


8 3 


25 


6 5 


20 


Mo. 


5 11 


6 47 


13 36 


4 32 


1 


3 24 


8 52 


26 


7 40 


21 


Tu. 


5 10 


6 48 


13 38 


4 34 


1 


3 46 


9 40 


27 


8 58 


22 


We. 


5 9 


6 49 


13 40 


4 36 


1 


4 9 


10 29 


28 


9 55 


28 


Th. 


5 7 


6 50 


13 43 


4 39 


2 


sets a 


11 22 


29 


10 40 


24 


Fr. 


5 G 


6 52 


13 40 


4 42 


2 


7 60 


ev.18 





1121 


26 


Sa. 


5 4 


6 53 


13 49 


4 45 


2 


9 14 


1 17 


1 




26 


SU. 


5 2 


6 54 


13 52 


4 48 


2 


10 33 


2 19 


2 


23 


27 


Mo. 


5 1 


6 55 


13 64 


4 50 


2 


11 43 


3 23 

4 27 


3 


1 9 


2^ 


Tu. 


4 59 


6 56 


13 57 


4 53 


8 


morn 


4 


152 


29 


W. 


4 58 


6 58 


14 




3 


38 


5 26 


5 


2 39 


30 


Th. 


4 56 


6 59 


14 3 


4 59 


3 


1 23 


6 19 


6 


3 28 



4 3 
6 8 

6 28 

8 8 

9 33 

10 27 

11 9 
1141 

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56 
123 
152 
2 23 

2 55 

3 32 
419 
6 21 
6 53 

8 20 

9 30 

10 18 

11 1 
1141 

1 
46 
129 
216 
3 4 
3 65 



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Days 


d. m. 


Days 
T 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


Days 
19 


d. m. 
19 51 


Days 
~25~ 


a 


1 


nl5 11 


16 55 


13 


18 29 


c 


2 


15 29 


8 


17 11 


14 


18 44 


20 


20 3 


26 


| 


3 


15 47 


9 


17 28 


15 


18 58 


21 


20 16 


27 


Q 


4 


16 4 


10 


17 43 


16 


19 12 


22 


20 28 


28 




6 


16 21 


11 


17 59 


17 


19 24 


23 


20 39 


29 


a 


6 


16 38 


12 


18 14 


18 


19 38 


24 


20 50 


30 



31 Days 



d. m 

21 1 
21 12 
21 22 
21 32 
21 41 
,21 50 



Moon's Apogee, 7th day, llh A. — Perigee, 22d day, 3h A' 



Full Moon, 8th d. 9h.26m., ev. 
Last Quar. 16th d. 6h. 25m. er. 



I New Moon, 23d d. lOh. 3m. mo. 
| First Quar. 30th d. 8h 27m. ,mo 



of 

Week 



SUN iLen'h 
Ris. iSets. pays. 
h. m Ih. m.|h. m. 



Days'od I Moon Moon I M , 
incr. L- |r & s Sou's If* ° 
h.m.m h. m. h. m. B 



High Tide 
Morn. [Eye. 
h. m.[h. m. 



1 


Fr. 


4 55 


7 


14 5 


5 1 


3 


1 53 


7 7 


7 


4 25 


4 6^ 


2 


Sa. 


4 53 


7 1 


14 8 


5 4 


3 


2 19 


7 52 


8 


5 34 


6 15 


3 


SU. 


4 52 


7 2 


14 10 


5 6 


3 


2 40 


8 33 


9 


6 59 


7 40 


4 


Mo. 


4 50 


7 3 


14 13 


5 9 


3 


2 58 


9 13 


10 


8 16 


8 52 


5 


Tu. 


4 49 


7 4 


14 15 


5 11 


4 


3 16 


9 52 


11 


9 22 


9 48 


6 


We. 


4 48 


7 5 


14 17 


5 13 


4 


3 33 


10 32 


12 


10 11 


10 28 


7 


Th. 


4 47 


7 6 


14 19 


5 15 


4 


3 52 


11 13 


13 


10 47 


11 6 


8 


Fr. 


4 45 


7 7 


14 22 


5 18 


4 


ris. a 


11 57 


14 


11 22 


1139 


9 


Sa. 


4 44 


7 8 


14 24 


5 20 


4 


8 11 


morn 


15 


11 53 


.... 


1° 


SU. 


4 43 


7 9 


14 26 


5 22 


4 


9 14 


45 


16 


11 


27 


\l 


Mo. 


4 42 


7 10 


14 28 


5 24 


4 


10 14 


1 34 


17 


42 


57 


I 2 


Tu. 


4 41 


7 11 


14 30 


5 26 


4 


11 8 


2 26 


18 


1 12 


129 


73 


We. 


4 40 


7 12 


14 32 


5 28 


4 


11 53 


3 19 


19 


1 45 


2 8 


u 


Th. 


4 39 


7 14 


14 35 


5 31 


4 


morn 


4 13 


20 


2 18 


2 38 


Jfi 


Fr. 


4 38 


7 15 


14 37 


5 33 


4 


30 


5 5 


21 


2 67 


3 18 


I 6 


Sa. 


4 37 


7 16 


14 39 


5 35 


4 


1 


5 55 


22 


3 41 


4 10 


C7 


SU. 


4 36 


7 17 


14 41 


5 37 


4 


1 25 


6 43 


23 


4 37 


5 8 


78 


Mo. 


4 35 


7 18 


14 43 


5 39 


4 


1 48 


7 30 


24 


5 45 


6 26 


I 9 


Tu. 


4 34 


7 19 


14 45 


5 31 


4 


2 9 


8 18 


25 


7 4 


7 37 


k 

2 2 

2 3 

2 4 
2, 

K 

2 

2 S 
2 9 

t 

1 


We. 


4 33 


7 20 


14 47 


5 43 4 


2 31 


9 8 


26 


8 10 


8 44 


Th. 


4 32 


7 21 


14 49 


5 45 4 


2 55 


9 59 


27 


9 10 


9 35 


Fr. 


4 31 


7 22 


14 51 


5 47 4 


3 24 


10 57 


28 


10 1 


10 25 


Sa. 


4 30 


7 23 


14 53 


5 49 4 


sets a 


11 58 


29 


10 60 


1114 


SU. 


4 29 


7 23 


14 54 


5 40 


3 


9 22 


1 3 


1 


11 38 


.... 


Mo. 


4 29 


7 24 


14 55 


5 51 


3 


10 26 


2 9 


2 


4 


28 


Tu. 


4 28 


7 25 


14 57 


5 53 


3 


11 16 


3 13 


3 


51 


115 


We. 


4 28 


7 26 


14 58 


5 54 


3 


11 52 


4 10 


4 


1 41 


2 6 


Th. 


4 27 


7 26 


14 59 


5 56 


3 


morn 


5 3 


5 


2 30 


2 65 


Fr. 


4 27 


7 27 


15 


5 56 


3 


21 


6 50 


6 


3 20 


3 47 


Sa. 


4 26 


7 28 


15 2 


5 58 


3 


44 


6 31 


7 


4 14 


4 42 


SU. 


4 26 


7 29 


15 3 


5 59 


3 


1 4 


7 12 


8 


6 11 


5 43 



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30 Days. 



Days d. in. Days d. m. 



1 


n22 7 


2 


22 14 


3 


22 22 


4 


22 29 


5 


22 36 


C 


22 41 



7 22 48 

8 22 53 

9 22 59 

10 23 3 

11 23 

12 23 12 



Days d. m..Daysd. m.Daysd. m. 



13 {23 15 19 

14 23 181 20 

15 23 20 21 



23 22 
23 24 



23 27 
23 27 
23 28 
23 27 
23 27 



25 23 24 

26 23 22 

27 23 19 

28 23 17 

29 |23 14 



18 23 26| 24 23 26! 30 '23 10 



Moon's Apogee, 4th day, 7h M. — Perigee, 19th day, 9h A 



Full Moon, 7th d. Oh. 38m. ev. I New Moon, 21st d. 5h, 19m., ev 
Last Quar. 15th d. 2h. 25m. mo. | First Quar. 28th d. llh 35m. ev 



D Days | SUN ,Len'h Days 
of I of Ris. | Sets. Days, incre 
M 'Week'h.m I h.m. jh. m.h.m 



"A I Moon Moon 
a; r & s Sou's 
m h. m.h. m. A * e ' 



v High Tide. 
Ms Morn.fEve. 



h. m.|h. m 



lMo. 
2Tu. 


3 


We. 


4 


Th. 


5 


Fr. 


6 


Sa. 


7 


SU. 


8 


Mo. 


9 


Tu. 


10 


We. 


11 


Th. 


12 


Fr. 



Sa. 
SU. 
Mo. 
Tu. 
We. 
Th. 
Fr. 
Sa. 
SU. 
Mo. 
Tu. 
We. 



25 Th. 
2fi Fr. 

29 Mo. 

30 Tu. 



25 7 
25 7 
25 7 
24 7 
24 7 
24 7 
24 7 
23 7 
23 7 
22 7 
22 7 
22 7 
22 7 
22 7 
22i7 
22 7 
22 7 
22 7 

22 7 

23 7 
237 

4 23 7 

23 7 

24 7 
24 7 
24 7 
24 7 



29 15 
30 

31 
31 

32 
33 
34 
34 



4|6 
56 



15 

15 6|6 2 

15 76 3 

15 86 4 

15 96 5 

15 10 6 6 

15 11 6 7 

35,15 12 6 8 

35 15 13 6 9 
36J15 146 10 

36 15 14*6 10 

37 15 15J6 11 
37 
38 



15J6 11 



15 16 6 12 
38 15 16 6 12 
38115 16 6 12 



39 15 17 

39 15 17 

40 15 17 

40 15 17 

40 15 17 
40(16 16 
40)16 160 
40 16 IffiO 
4" 16 1610 
40 16 150 
40 16 160 
4" 16 14 3 



6 13 

6 13 

6 13 

6 13 

dec. 



1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 



1 22. 7 52 
1 39 8 31 

1 57 9 11 

2 18| 9 65 
2 41 10 40 

ris. all 30 

8 8' morn 

9 40 22 
9 52 1 16 

10 31! 2 10 

11 3| 3 3 

3 53 

4 40 

5 27 
12| 
33 

55 1 

1 20' 
1 53! 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

11 29 

11 51 

morn 



6 13 

6 59 

7 49 

8 41 

9 40 
2 3410 42 

sets a 11 48 

9 4'ev. 52 



9 47 



10 20| 
10 45| 

2 11 
8 11 25 
8 11 44 

3 morn 
8 2 



54 

41 
26 

e 

48 

6 28 

7 9 



6 15 

7 23 

8 21 

9 16 
10 4 



6 53 

7 5l 

848 
9 43 
10 26 



10 46 11 7 
1125 1144 
1 
38 
114 
151 

2 29 

3 3l 

3 57 

4 49 

5 50 

6 58 



21 
54 
132 
2 9 

2 49 

3 34 

4 23 

5 19 

6 21, 

7 26 7 56 

8 29 9 

9 29 10 1 
10 30 10 59 
1126 11 51 

19 
lH 
158 

2 4^ 

3 28 

4 1 5 

5 1 
5 49 



45 
135 

2 21 

3 6 

3 51 

4 38 

5 25 



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JULY. 





Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


Days 


c 


1 


n23 6 


7 


22 34 


13 


21 48 


19 


20 49 


25 


I 

I 


2 


23 2 


8 


22 28 


14 


21 39 


20 


20 37 


26 


3 


22 57 


9 


22 21 


15 


21 29 


21 


20 26 


27 


4 


22 52 


10 


22 12 


16 


21 20 


22 


20 14 


28 


i 

on 


5 


22 47 


11 


22 5 


17 


21 10 


23 


20 2 


29 


6 


22 41 


12 


21 56 


18 


20 59 


24 


19 50 


30 



31 Days. 



d. m. 
19 37 
19 23 
19 9 
18 55 
18 41 
18 27 



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Moon's Apogee, 1st day, 9h A. — Perigee. 17th day, 2h A. 
Moon's Apogee, 29th day, 2h A. 



Full Moon, 7th d. lh. 59 ev. I New Mood, 21st day, lh. 28m., mo. 
Last Quar 14th d.8h, 11m. mo. | First Quar, 28th d. 4h. 29m. ev # 



D j Days 
of of 
M Week. 



SUN 


Len'h 


Davs 


a: 


Ris. | S'ts. 


Day 8. 


deer. 


0Q 


h.m h.m. 


h. m. 


h.m. 


m 



Moon Moon' M . f High Tide, 
r & s8ou : s f*f;Morn.,Eve. 
h. m.jh. m.i g |h. m.|h. m. 



We. 
Th. 
Fr. 
Sa. 
SU. 
Mo. 
Tu. 
W«e. 
Th. 
lOFr. 

11 Sa. 

12 SU. 



Mo. 
Tu. 
We. 
Th. 
Fr. 
Sa. 
SU. 



20 Mo. 

21 Tu. 

22 We. 

23 Th. 

24 Fr. 

25 Sa. 
26SU. 
27 Mo. 



Tu. 

T h e : 

Fr. 



2617 40 

27|7 40 

27 7 40 

28 7 40 

28 7 39 

29 7 39 

30 7 39 
30 7 38 
317 38 



7 36 
7 36 
7 35 
7 35 
7 34 
7 33 
7 32 
40|7 31 
417 31 

42 7 30 

43 7 29 
43 7 



7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

50 7 21 
5117 20 



22 



15 14 

15 13 
15 13 
15 12 
15 11 

15 10 
15 9 
15 

15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 



7 
5 

4|0 13 
2 15 



1 


14 59 
14 57 



16 
17 

18 
20 



14 55 22 

14 53 24 



14 51 
14 50 
14 58 
14 46 
14 45 



26 
27 
29 
21 
32 



14 43 34 
14 41 36 
14 39 38 
14 37 40 
14 35 42 
14 33,0 44 
14 31 46 
14 29|0 48 



22 

45 

1 13 

1 45 

2 27 
ris. a 

8 31 

9 5 
9 34 
9 58 

10 18 

10 39 

11 
11 23 
11 51 
morn 

28 

1 15 

2 14 
sets a 

8 16 

8 46 

9 9 
9 30 
9 48 

10 5 
10 24 

10 46 

11 11 
11 41 
morn 



8 

8 36 

9 23 

10 16 

11 8 
morn 

4 



6 35 

7 29 

8 28 

9 30 
10 34 

,11 38 
! er. 36 

1 29 

2 16 

3 2 

3 43 

4 24 

5 4 

5 46 

6 30 

7 16 

8 6 



618; 6 48 

7 16 7 45 

8 14 8 46 

9 17 9 48 

10 13 10 38 

11 111123 
1144'.. .. 

2 
45! 



121 
158 

2 38 

3 19 

4 3 

4 5l| 

5 45 

6 49 
•7 56 
9 15 



26 

1 2 
140 

2 19 

2 57 

3 41 

4 28 

5 17 

6 14 

7 21 

8 34 

9 51 



10 25 10 55 
1126 1152 
.. .. 017 



41 
125 
2 3 

2 40 

3 19 

3 55 

4 32 

5 11 

6 3 



1 2 
144 

2 24 

3 1 

3 37 
412 

4 50 

5 34 

6 37 



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AUGUST. 



31 Days. 





Days 


j 


1 


1 


3 


ft 


4 


i 


5 

6 



d. 


m. 


nl7 57 


17 


42 


17 


26 


17 


10 


16 


54 


16 


38 



d. m* 



16 21 
16 4 
15 47 
15 29 
15 12 
14 54 



Days 


d. m. 


Days 


13 


14 35 


19 


14 


14 16 


20 


15 


13 57 


21 


16 


13 39 


22 


17 


13 20 


23 


18 


13 


24 



d. zn. 



12 41 
12 21 
12 1 
11 41 
11 20 
11 



Days d. 

"25 

26 
27 

28 
29 
30 



m. 



10 39 
10 19 
9 58 
9 36 
9 15 
8 54 



Moon's Perigee r J2th day, lOh M.— Apogee, 26th day, 9h M.' 



Full Moon, 5th d. In. 44m. ev. I 
Last Quar. 12d. Oh. 57m. ev. | 



New Moon, 19th d. llh. 41mo- 
First Quar, 27thd. lOh. 20m. mo- 



Days 

of 

Week. 



SUN iLen'h 


Days 


32 


Moon Moon| wc 


Ris. 1 S'ts. Days. 


dec. 


rri 


r & s 


Sou's L„ 
h. m.| A S e 


h. m.jh. m.jh. m. 


h.m. 


m 


h. m. 



High Tide 
Morn.) Eve. 
h. m.jh. m. 



1 


Sa. 


4 52 


7 


19 


14 27 


50 


6 


21 


9 


11 


713 


2 


SU. 


4 53 


7 


18 


14 25 


52 


6 


1 9 


9 54 


12 


8 29 


3 


Mo. 


4 54 


7 17 


14 23 


54 


6 


2 7 


10 49 


13 


9 44 


4 


Tu. 


4 55 


7 


15 


14 20 


57 


6 


ris. a 


11 41 


14 


10 41 


5 


We. 


4 56 


7 


14 


14 18 


59 


6 


7 36 


morn 


15 


1127 


6 


Th. 


4 57 


7 


13 


14 16 


1 1 


6 


8 1 


33 


16 


.... 


7 


Fr. 


4 58 


7 


12 


14 14 


1 3 


5 


8 23 


1 21 


17 


29 


8 


Sa. 


5 


7 


11 


14 11 


1 6 


5 


8 43 


2 8 


18 


1 5 


9 


SU. 


5 1 


7 


9 


14 8 


1 9 


5 


9 4 


2 55 


19 


140 


10 


Mo. 


5 2 


7 


8 


14 6 


1 11 


5 


9 27 


3 41 


20 


2 18 


11 


Tu. 


5 3 


7 


7 


14 4 


1 13 


5 


9 54 


4 32 


21 


2 56 


12 


We. 


5 4 


7 


5 


14 1 


1 16 


5 


10 27 


5 24 


22 


3 35 


13 


Th. 


5 5 


7 


4 


13 59 


1 18 


5 


11 10 


6 20 


23 


418 


14 


Fr. 


5 6 


7 


2 


13 56 


1 21 


4 


morn 


7 21 


24 


5 9 


15 


Sa. 


5 7 


7 


1 


13 54 


1 23 


4 


3 


8 28 


25 


6 17 


16 


SU. 


5 8 


6 


59 


13 51 


1 26 


4 


1 9 


9 26 


26 


7 41 


17 


Mo. 


5 9 


6 


58 


13 49 


1 28 


4 


2 23 


10 24 


27 


9 17 


18 


Tu. 


5 10 


6 


56 


13 46 


1 31 


4 


3 38 


11 20 


28 


10 28 


19 


We. 


5 11 


6 


55 


13 44 


1 33 


4 


sets a 


ev. 


29 


1125 


20 


Th. 


5 12 


6 


52 


13 41 


1 36 


3 


7 32 


53 


1 




21 


Fr. 


5 13 


6 


52 


13 39 


1 38 


3 


7 51 


1 37 


2 


028 


22 


Sa. 


5 14 


6 


50 


13 36 


1 41 


2 


8 9 


2 18 


3 


1 5 


23 


SU. 


5 16 


6 


49 


13 33 


1 44 


2 


8 27 


2 59 


4 


138 


24 


Mo. 


5 17 


6 


47 


13 30 


1 47 


2 


8 47 


3 41 


5 


2 10 


25 


Tu. 


5 18 


6 


46 


13 28 


1 49 


2 


9 10 


4 24 


6 


2 41 


26 


We. 


5 19 


6 


44 


13 25 


1 52 


2 


9 39 


5 10 


7 


3 12 


27 


Th. 


5 20 


8 


43 


13 23 


1 54 


1 


10 13 


5 68 


8 


3 44 


28 


Fr. 


5 21 


6 


41 


13 20 


1 57 


1 


10 58 


6 49 


9 


4 20 


29 


Sa. 


5 22 


8 


40 


13 18 


1 59 


1 


11 52 


7 43 


10 


5 4 


30 


Su. 


5 23 


6 


88 


13 15 


2 2 





mom 


8 37 


11 


6 16 


31 


Mo. 


5 24 


8 


36 


13 12 


2 5 


F 


57 


9 30 


12 


7 46 



7 51 


9 7 


10 15 


11 5 


11 50 


7 


48 


1 23 


1 59 


2 36 


3 14 


3 56 


4 42 


5 39 


6 58 


8 30 


9 54 


10 57 


11 47 


8 


47 


1 22 


1 54 


2 27 


2 57 


3 27 


4 1 


4 41 


5 36 


7 



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SEPTEMBER. 



30 Days. 



Days 


d. m. 


d8 10 


2 


7 48 


3 


7 26 


4 


7 4 


5 


6 42 


6 


6 20 



Days 

"T 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 



ft. 


m. 


5 


57 


5 


35 


5 


12 


4 


49 


4 


26 


4 


3 



ft. 


m. 


3 


40 


3 


17 


2 


54 


2 


31 


2 


8 


1 


45 



Days 

19 

20 
21 
22 

23 



d. 


m. 


1 


21 





58 





35 


d0 


11 


sO 


12 





35 



Days 
~25~ 


ft. 


m. 





59 


26 


1 


22 


27 


1 


46 


28 


2 





29 


2 


33 


l 30 


s2 


56 



Moon's Perigee, 7th day, 8h If. — Apogee, 23d day, 4h M. 



Full Moon, 4th d. Oh 22m. mo. | New Moon 18th d. Oh, 48m. mo. 
Last Quar. 10th d. 6h. 5m ev. j First Quar. 26th d. 4h. 14m. mo. 



Days | SUN |Len'h DaysloQlMoon Moon| , T , 1 High Tide. 

of | Ris. 1 S : ts.!Days.|decr.U; jr & sj Sou's I £* ;Morn. [Eye. 
Week-ih. m.h.m.Ih. m. h.m.|m|h. m. h. m.! ° |h. m.|h. m. 



Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fr. 

Sa. 

SU. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fr. 

Sa. 

SU. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fr. 

Sa. 

SU. 

Mo. 

Tu. 

We. 

Th. 

Fr. 

Sa. 

SU. 

Mo. 
29|Tu. 
30We. 



256 

26 6 
27J6 
28:6 
29:6 
306 
31'6 
326 
33 6 
356 

36 6 

37 6 
386 
396 
40 6 
416 

42 6 

43 6 
446 
45 6 
466 
47 5 
485 
49 5 
5115 
52J5 
53'5 
545 
555 
56[5 



3413 9 2 
33 13 72 
31jl3 42 
3013 2 2 
28112 59 2 
2612 56 
24 12 53 
22|l2 50 
20 12 47 
19 12 44 
17 12 41 
15 12 38 2 
13 12 35;2 
11 12 32 2 
9 12 29 2 



8|l2 27 
6 12 24 



12 21 

12 19 

12 16 

12 14 

59,12 11 

5612 8 

5412 5 

5312 2 



11 §9 
1156 
11 53 3 
11 50'3 



44J11 48J8 



3 





2 6 


10 22 13 


10 





3 19 


11 12 14 


13 


1 


ris. a 


morn 15 


15 


1 


6 49 


016 


18 


2 


7 9 


48J17 


21 


2 


7 32 


1 37 18 


24 


2 


7 57 


2 2719 


27 


3 


8 28 


3 20 


20 


30 


3 


9 8 


4 15 


21 


33 


3 


9 58 


5 14 


22 


36 


4 


11 


6 17 


23 


39 


4 


morn 


7 19 


24 


42 


4 


11 


8 19 ! 25 


45 


5 


1 25 


9 13.26 


48 


5 


2 38 


10 427 


50 


5 


3 49 


10 49 28 


53 


6 


sets a 


11 32 29 


56 


6 


6 14 


14 


1 


58 


6 


6 32 


55 


2 


1 


7 


6 51 


1 36 


3 


3 


7 


7 12 


2 18 


4 


6 


7 


7 39 


3 3 


5 


9 


8 


8 12 


3 50 


6 


12 


8 


8 51 


4 39 


7 


15 


8 


9 40 


5 31 


8 


18 


9 


10 39 


6 24 


9 


21 


9 


11 46 


7 17 


10 


24 


9 


morn 


8 10 


11 


27 


10 


55 


8 59 


12 


29 


10 


2 8 


9 48 


13 



9 12 


9 51 


10 18 


10 43 


11 5 


1125 


11 47 




4 


22 


♦ 40 


57 


116 


133 


1 53 


2 11 


2 29 


2 49 


3 8 


3 29 


3 53 


4 18 


4 47 


5 19 


6 2 


6 53 


7 44 


8 35 


9 19 


9 53 


10 24 


10 48 


11 11 


11 30 


11 46 




6 


22 


37 


52 


1 7 


1 22 


136 


151 


2 5 


2 18 


2 33 


2 49 


3 6 


3 24 


3 42 


4 3 


4 27 


4 57 


5 34 


6 22 


7 10 


7 56 


8 40 


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OCTOBER. 



31 Days. 





Days 


d, m. 


Days 


1 


1 


S3 19 


7 


2 


3 43 


8 


1 


3 


4 6 


9 


1 


4 


4 29 


10 




5 


4 52 


11 


S3 
03 


6 


5 15 


12 j 



d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


Days 


5 38 


13 


7 55 


19 


10 7 


25 


6 1 


14 


8 17 


20 


10 29 


26 


6 24 


15 


8 39 


21 


10 50 


27 


6 47 


16 


9 2 


22 


11 12 


28 


7 10 


17 


9 24 


23 


11 33 


29 


7 32 


18 


9 46 


24 


11 54 


30 



d. m 

12~14 
12 35 

12 56 

13 16 
13 36 
13 55 



Moon's Perigee, 5th day, 8h M. — Apogee 20th day, 8h A. 

Full Moon, 3d d. lOh. 24m. mo. I 
Last Quar. 10th d, lh. 9m. mo. | 



New Moon, 17th d. 4h. 54m. ev 
First Quar. 25th d. 9h. 21 m. ev* 



1) 


Days 


SUN 


Len'h 


Days 


BQ 


Moon 1 Moon 


of 


of 


Ris. 1 Sets. 


Days. 


deer. 


in 


r & s Sou's 


M 


Week 


h. m.|h. m. 


h. m. 


h.m. 


m 


h. m.jh. m 



M , High Tide. 

» A« Morn/ Eye * 
Age 'h.m.h. m. 



1 


Th. 


5 57 


5 


2 


Fr. 


5 58 


5 


3 


Sa. 


5 59 


5 


4 


SU. 


6 1 


5 


5 


Mo. 


6 2 


5 


6 


Tu. 


6 3 


5 


7 


We. 


6 4 


5 


8 


Th. 


6 5 


5 


9 


Fr. 


6 6 


5 


10 


Sa. 


6 8 


5 


11 


SU. 


6 9 


5 


12 


Mo. 


6 10 


5 


13 


Tu. 


6 11 


5 


14 


We. 


6 12 


5 


15 


Th. 


6 14 


5 


16 


Fr. 


6 15 


5 


17 


Sa. 


6 16 


5 


18 


SU. 


6 17 


5 


19 


Mo. 


6 18 


5 


20 


Tu. 


6 19 


5 


21 


We. 


6 20 


5 


22 


Th. 


6 21 


5 


28 


Fr. 


6 22 


5 


24 


Sa. 


6 23 


5 


25 


SU. 


6 24 


5 


26 


Mo. 


6 26 


5 


27 


Tu. 


6 27 


6 


2* 


We. 


6 28 


4 


29 


Th. 


6 30 


4 


80 


Fr. 


6 31 


4 


31 


Sa. 


6 33 


4 



42 11 45 


3 


32 


10 


3 22 


10 37 


14 


9 49 


40 11 42 


3 


35 


11 


ns. a 


11 25 


15 


10 35 


38 11 39 


3 


38 


11 


5 33 


morn 


16 


11 14 


37 11 36 


3 


41 


11 


5 58 


16 


17 


1149 


35 11 33 


3 


44 


12 


6 27 


1 9 


18 


8 


34 11 31 


3 


46 


12 


7 5 


2 6 


19 


45 


32 11 28 


3 


49 


12 


7 52 


3 6 


20 


124 


30 11 25 


3 


52 


13 


8 52 


4 9 


21 


2 5 


28 11 22 


3 


55 


13 


10 1 


5 12 


22 


2 50 


27 


11 19 


3 


58 


13 


11 15 


6 13 


23 


3 39 


25 


11 16 


4 


1 


13 


morn 


7 9 


24 


4 38 


23 


11 13 


4 


4 


14 


27 


8 


25 


6 1 


21 


11 10 


4 


7 


14 


1 39 


8 47 


26 


7 40 


19 


11 7 


4 


10 


14 


2 47 


9 30 


27 


9 7 


18 


11 4 


4 


13 


14 


3 53 


10 12 


28 


10 2 


17 


11 2 


4 


15 


14 


4 56 


10 52 


29 


10 44 


15 


10 59 


4 


18 


15 


sets a 


11 33 





1118 


13 


10 56 


4 


21 


15 


5 18 


ev. 15 


1 


11 50 


11 


10 53 


4 


24 


15 


5 42 


59 


2 


7 


10 


10 51 


4 


26 


15 


6 11 


1 45 


3 


36 


9 


10 49 


4 


28 


15 


6 48 


2 34 


4 


1 6 


7 


10 46 


4 


31 


15 


7 33 


3 25 


5 


136 


5 


10 43 


4 


34 


16 


8 28 


4 17 


6 


2 6 


4 


10 41 


4 


36 


16 


9 31 


6 9 


7 


2 39 


2 


10 38 


4 39 


16 


10 38 


6 


8 


3 17 


1 


10 35 


4 42 


16 


11 47 


6 49 


9 


4 2 





10 33 


4 


44 


16 


morn 


7 37 


10 


5 4 


58 


10 30 


4 47 


16 


58 


8 24 


11 


6 33 


57 


10 27 


4 


50 


16 


2 10 


9 12 


12 


7 57 


55 


10 24 


4 


58 


16 


3 23 


10 


18 


9 6 


54 


10 21 


4 


56 


16 


4 42 


10 52 


14 


9 56] 



10 14 


10 54 


11 33 


"6 26 


1 6 


1 45 


2 28 


3 14 


4 6 


5 16 


6 51 


8 28 


9 36 


10 23 


11 2 


11 35 


2i 


52 


1 21 


1 52 


2 23 


2 57 


3 37 


4 27 


5 47 


7 18 


8 35 


9 32 



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NOVEMBER. 



30 DATS. 



Days d. mr^Days d. m.jDays 

"T 16~26 "IT 

8 16 43 

9 16 59 

10 17 16 

11 17 33 

12 17 49 



Sl4 34 

14 54 

15 12 
15 31 
15 48 
16 



d. 


m 


18 


5 


18 21 


18 


36 


IS 


51 


19 


6 


19 


21 



Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


19 


19 35 


25 


20 51 


20 


19 47 


26 


21 2 


21 


20 1 


27 


21 13 


22 


20 14 


28 


21 24 


23 


20 26 


29 


21 34 


24 


20 39 


30 


21 44 



Moon's Perigee, 2d day, Oh A. — Apogee, 17 day, 2h M. 
Moon's Perigee, 31st day, Oh morning. 

Full M., 1th d. 8h. 13m, er. I New M. 5 16th d, llh. 10m., mo. 
LastQuar.8thd.llh.30m.mo. j First Quar, 24th d. Oh. 48m. ev. 



Days 

of 
Week. 



SUN 
Ris. I S'ts. 
h. m. Ih. m. 



Len'h 
Days, 
h. m. 



Days 
deer, 
h.m. 



Moon 
r & s 
h. m. 



Moon 
8ou's 
h. m. 



High Tide' 
MornJEye. 
h. m. h.m. 



1 


su. 


6 34 4 53 


10 19 


4 58 


16 


ris. a 


11 48 


15 


10 37 


2 


Mo. 


6 35 4 51 


10 16 


5 1 


16 


4 57 


morn 


16 


1117 


3 


Tu. 


6 37 4 50 


10 13 


5 4 


16 


5 42 


49 


17 


1159 


4 


We. 


6 38 4 49 


10 11 


5 6 


16 


6 40 


1 53 


18 


20 


5 


Th. 


6 39 4 48 


10 9 


5 8 


16 


7 50 


2 59 


19 


1 4 


6 


Fr. 


6 40 4 47 


10 7 


5 10 


16 


9 4 


4 3 


20 


151 


7 


Sa. 


6 41 14 46 


10 5 


5 12 


16 


10 18 


5 3 


21 


2 39 


8 


SU. 


6 42 4 45 


10 3 


5 14 


16 


11 31 


5 57 


22 


3 31 


9 


Mo. 


6 44 4 44 


10 


5 17 


16 


morn 


6 45 


23 


4 31 


10 


tu. 


6 45 4 43 


9 58 


5 19 


16 


48 


7 30 


24 


5 48 


11 


We. 


6 46 4 42 


9 56 


5 21 


16 


1 45 


8 12 


25 


7 12 


12 


Th. 


6 47 4 41 


9 54 


5 23 


16 


2 49 


8 52 


26 


8 26 


13 


Fr. 


6 49 4 40 


9 51 


5 26 


16 


3 52 


9 32 


27 


9 25 


14 


Sa. 


6 50 4 39 


9 49 


5 28 


15 


4 54 


10 13 


28 


10 9 


15 


SU. 


6 52 4 38 


9 46 


5 31 


15 


5 56 


10 56 


29 


10 47 


16 


Mo. 


6 53 4 37 


9 44 


5 33 


15 


sets a 


11 42 





1123 


17 


Tu. 


6 54 4 36 


9 42 


5 35 


15 


4 48 


ev. 30 


1 


11 55 


18 


We. 


6 56 4 35 


9 39 


5 38 


15 


5 31 


1 20 


2 


13 


19 


Th. 


6 57 4 34 


9 37 


5 40 


14 


6 22 


2 12 


3 


43 


20 


Fr. 


6 58 4 34 


9 36 


5 41 


14 


7 23 


3 4 


4 


115 


21 


Sa. 


6 59 4 33 


9 34 


5 43 


14 


8 27 


3 55 


5 


1 50 


22 


SU. 


7 0!4 32 


9 32 


5 45 


14 


9 34 


4 43 


6 


2 23 


23 


Mo. 


7 14 31 


9 30 


5 47 


13 


10 42 


5 30 


7 


3 2 


24 


Tu. 


7 3 4 31 


9 28 


6 «9 


13 


11 52 


6 16 


8 


3 47 


25 


We. 


7 4 4 31 


9 27 


5 £0 


13 


morn 


7 2 


9 


4 42 


2G 


Th. 


7 5 4 30 


9 25 


5 L2 


12 


1 2 


7 48 


10 


5 48 


27 


Fr. 


7 6 4 30 


9 24 


5 63 


12 


2 15 


8 36 


11 


7 3 


2S 


Sa. 


7 7 4 29 


9 22 


5 55 


12 


3 32 


9 28 


12 


8 9 


29 


Su. 


7 84 29 


9 21 


6 56 


11 


4 51 


10 26 


13 


9 8 


30 


Mo. 


7 8 4 29, 


9 21 


5 56 


11 


ris. a 


11 29 


14 


10 



10 57 
1136 

43 
127 

2 13 

3 5 

4 

5 7 

6 31 

7 51 

8 57 

9 47 

10 29 

11 6 
1140 

28 
58 
131 
2 6 

2 43 

3 24 

4 13 

5 13 

6 28 

7 38 

8 40 

9 34 
10 24 



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cates of Stocks for Ranks or other Companies printed 
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1857. 



DECEMBER. 



31 DATS 



Days 


d. m. 


-1 


s21 53 


# 2 


22 3 


3 


22 11 


4 


22 18 


5 


22 26 


6 


22 33 



Days 


d. m. 


Days 


22 40 


13 


8 


22 47 


14 


9 


22 53 


15 


10 


22 58 


16 


11 


23 3 


17 


12 


23 8 


18 



d. 


m. 


23 


12 


23 


16 


23 


19 


23 21 


23 


23 


23 


25 



Days 


d. m. 


Days 


d. m. 


19 


23 26 


25 


23 24 


20 


23 27 


26 


23 22 


21 


23 28 


27 


23 19 


22 


23 27 


28 


23 16 


23 


23 27 


29 


23 13 


24 


23 26 


30 


[23 9 



Moon's Apogee, 14th day, 3h M. — Perigee, 29th day. Oh A. 



Last Quar. 8th d. lh. 53m., mo. I First Quar.24th d, lh.52m.mo. 
New Moon, 16th d, 6h, 16m. mo. | Full Moon, 30th d, 4h, 49„ ev. 



Days : SUN 
of Ris. I Sets. 
:.|h. m.jh. m. 



Len'hjDays 


od 


Days. deer. 


fa 


h. m.|h. m. 


m 



Moon [Moon 
r & s-i Sou's 
h. m. h. m. 



M'a 



High Tide. 
Morn.iEye. 
h. m.jh.m. 



1 


Tu. 


7 9 


4 29 


9 20 


5 57 


11 


4 18 


morn 


15 


10 51 


2 


We. 


7 10 


4 29 


9 19 


5 


58 


10 


5 24 


35 


16 


1139 


3 


Th. 


7 11 


4 29 


9 18 


5 


59 


10 


6 40 


1 43 


17 


3 


4 


Fr. 


7 12 


4 28 


9 16 


6 


1 


9 


7 59 


2 48 


18 


54 


5 


Sa. 


7 13 


4 28 


9 15 


6 


2 


9 


9 15 


3 46 


19 


145 


6 


SU. 


7 14 


4 28 


9 14 


6 


3 


9 


10 27 


4 39 


20 


2 35 


7 


Mo. 


7 15 


4 28 


9 13 


6 


4 


8 


11 35 


5 26 


21 


3 27 


6 


Tu. 


7 16 


4 28 


9 12 


6 


5 


8 


morn 


6 10 


22 


419 


9 


We. 


7 17 


4 28 


9 11 


6 


6 


7 


41 


6 51 


23 


516 


10 


Th. 


7 18 


4 28 


9 10 


6 


7 


7 


1 43 


7 31 


24 


6 20 


11 


Fr. 


7 19 


4 28 


9 9 


6 


8 


6 


2 46 


8 12 


25 


7 23 


12 


Sa. 


7 20 


4 28 


9 8 


6 


9 


6 


3 49 


8 54 


26 


8 24 


13 


SU. 


7 21 


4 28 


9 7 


6 


10 


5 


4 53 


9 39 


27 


9 26 


14 


Mo. 


7 22 


4 28 


9 6 


6 


11 


5 


5 56 


10 26 


28 


1013 


15 


Tu. 


7 23 


4 29 


9 6 


6 11 


4 


6 59 


11 16 


29 


10 53 


16 


We. 


7 23 


4 29 


9 6 


6 


11 


4 


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1133 


17 


Th. 


7 24 


4 29 


9 5 


6 12 


3 


5 15 


1 


1 




18 


Fr. 


7 25 


4 30 


9 5 


6 


12 


3 


6 19 


1 51 


2 


29 


19 


Sa. 


7 25 


4 30 


9 5 


6 


12 


2 


7 26 


2 41 


3 


1 5 


20 


SU. 


7 26 


4 31 


9 5 


6 


12 


2 


8 34 


3 28 


4 


139 


21 


Mo. 


7 26 


4 31 


9 5 


6 


12 


1 


9 42 


4 14 


5 


215 


22 


Tu. 


7 27 


4 31 


9 4 


6 


13 


1 


10 50 


4 58 


6 


2 53 


23 


We. 


7 27 


4 31 


9 4 


6 


13 





11 56 


5 42 


7 


3 34 


24 


Th. 


7 28 


4 32 


9 4 


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morn 


6 28 


8 


4 20 


25 


Fr. 


7 28 


4 32 


9 4 











1 12 


7 16 


9 


5 9 


26 


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7 28 


4 33 


9 5 





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2 28 


8 9 


10 


6 7 


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7 28 


4 33 


9 5 





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3 46 


9 7 


11 


713 


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7 28 


4 34 


9 6 





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5 8 


10 11 


12 


8 24 


29 


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7 29 


4 35 


9 6 





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ris. a 


11 18 


13 


9 31 


30 


We, 


7 29 


4 36 


9 7 





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10 32 


31 


lh. 


7 30 


4 37 


9 7 





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5 28 


25 


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4 46 

5 44 

6 52 

7 54 

8 54 

9 51 
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10 

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121 

1 58 

2 34 

3 13 

3 56 

4 43 

5 36 

6 42 

7 48 

8 58 
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CAMBRIDGE CITY GOVERNMENT. 



The election of the mambers of the City Government 

takes place annually on the first Monday in December, and 

they enter upon the duties of their respective offices on the 

first Monday in January. Those elected for 1857 are as 

follows : — 

MAYOR. 

JOHN SARGENT— Salery, $1200. 

Residence, Broadway, near Tremont. 

ALDERMEN. 

Isaac Cutler, John B. Atwill, 

Edward T. Whitney, James G. Hovey, 

George W. Fifield, George H. Davies. 

COMMOX COUNCIIi. 

President, ■ 



Geo. S. Saunders, 
Michael Norton, 



WARD I. 

Samuel Sawyer, 
A. K. P. Welch. 



John Murray, Jr., 



WARD II. 

James C. Eisk, James C. Davis, Curtis Davis, 
Benj. F. Nourse, Thos. G. Rice, Hervey Davis, 

Samuel Sanders, Geo. B. Lathrop, William Page. 

WARD III. 

Samuel S. Runey, John II. Fellows, M. C. Kenney, 
E. T. Tufts, J. Henry Wyman, Chester N. Clark 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

His Honor, the Mayor, ex officio, Chairman. 

WARD I. WABD II. WARD III. 

Francis Bowen, W. W. Wellington, Moses Clarke, 
J. R. Morse. Charles A. Skinner, F. W. Holland. 

William P. Page. 
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OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 

Hi- Honor, the 1 

wai:i> I. WABD II. WARD ill. 

r M. Allen, Belcher Hancock, Wm. Ilunncwcll, 
C. B. Mctcalf. Geo. T. Gale. Henry A. Arnold. 

ASSESSORS. 

Geo. Coolidge. Ah; it. Joseph AVI. 

WARD OFFICERS, 

WARD I. 

Stephen T. Farwell, Warden, Samuel Sawyer, Clerk, 
Joseph G. Coolidge, John S. Bates, Geo. H. Chamberlin, 
Inspectors. 

WARD II. 

Charles Tufts, Warden. H. B. Harding, Clerk. 

Cyrus D. Wilder, John Bemiek, Andrew J. 
Inspectors. 

WARD III. 

Stacy Courtis, Warden. Andrew Fogg, Cleric. John 
L. Boynton, Ezra Parmentcr, Anson P. Hooker, J 
tors. 

Bepresentatives to General Court. — William 
A. Saunders. John C. Dodge, William T. Richardson, 
Josiah Bu.rragc, Jr., Henry S. Hills. 

The following officers were chosen to fill their resj ee- 
tive effices for the year 1856. 

City Clerk, Henry Thayer. Salary $700 and fees 
Office, Cambridge Athenaeum. 

Clerk of Common Council, James M. Chase. Sal- 
100. 

City Treasurer, Joseph A. Holmes. Office Cam- 
bridge Athenajum. 

City Audiior, S. P. Heywood. Salary, $200. 
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CITY GOVERNMENT. 31 

City Messenger, Roland Litchfield, Jr. Salary, 

— $300. 

Collector of Taxes, Joseph A. Holmes. Salary, 

— $700. 

City Marshal. — Samuel W. Richardson. Salary 

— $800. Office, Cambridge Athenaeum. 

Superintendent of Cambridge Cemetery. — H. 
H. Eames. Salary, $650. 

Superintendent of Streets. — Samuel Palmer 

Salary, $600. 

Superintendent of Drains. — Samuel Palmer. — 
Salary, $100. 

Superintendent of Burial Grounds. — Ward 
One, Joseph Brackett. "Ward Two, John Pear. 

Warden of Almshouse. — Jacob Hanscom. Salary, 
$400. 

Almshouse Physician. — M. Clarke. Salary, $100. 

Board of Health. — The Mayor and Aldermen. 

Auctioneers — Eoyal Morse, Samuel C. Knights, 
Lewis C. Swett, S. S. Green, William A. Munroe, New- 
ell A. Thompson. 

Coal Weighers. — James F. Jefferds, James Luke, jr. 
S. S. Green. 

Hay Weigher?. — James F. Jeffords, Isaac C. 
Holmes, T. P. Lerned, S. S. Green, J. Bl P; 

Weighers and Inspectors of Bundle Hay. — ■ 
S. S. Green, A. II. Li; 

Measurers of Wood and Bark.— James F. Jef- 
Jam b If. Fuller, Benjamin J. Hoyt, S. S. Green. 






Fish Offh hub.— Jacob Hanscom, Thomas 1). Cook, 

Animi C. ToeL 

Cekbtbbt Commissioners. — Mayor, 
Chairman* 

Funeral Undertakers. — Ward One — J 
Bracket*, B.F. Wyeth, Horace Qanford, John 
Ward Two— B. Litchfield, jr., Horace Danforfth, J. S. 
G. Dickman, John Pear, Amos P. Rollins, James C. 
Wilder. Ward Three — Hiram Welch", James C 
Andrew Moore. 

Constables. — Ward One — John Bryant, Henry 
Hayes, Leonard Lyon, Allen 13. Parson-, Sylvanus M. 
Parsons. Ward Two — Artemas W. Chamberlain, I 
F. Bridden, Amos P. Rollins, Herald II. Perkins. Ward 
Three — Hiram Welch, James B. Rice, Charles J. Adams, 
George D. Eaton, Benjamin L. Mayhew, Marshall S. 
Boyer, Samuel W. Richardson. 

Watchmen. — Ward One — John Bryant, Henry 
Have-, Sylvanu- M. Parsons. Ward Two — William 
Lojoghrey, Benjamin F. Bridden, Artemas W. Ghai 
lain, Almond Lawrence. Ward Three — James C. Nmfte, 
James B. Rice, John Hobbs. 

Truant Officers. — John Bryant, A. W. Chamber- 
lain, Hiram Welch. 

Pound Keeper. — David Bartlett. 

Si rveyriis of Highways. — The Mayor and Alder- 
men. 

Field Driver*. — David Bartlett. Lewis Burnett, 

Horace Hanford, Joseph May, William Mills, J. B. 

S, M. Parsons, B. Davol, and Almond Lawrence. 



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Fence Viewers. — Silas B. Buck, John Dudley, 
Andrew S. Waitt. 

Sealers of Leather. — Nathaniel I. Hadley, Abel 
Willard, Nathan Russell. 

Surveyors of Lumber. — Thomas EL Bailey, Ozias 
Clark, Ebenezer Fogg, Wm. A. Hall, Sumner P. Shep- 
ard, James D. Osborne, Alvaro Blodgett, Edward T. 
Whitney, Samuel W. Dudley, Isaac Hyde, Dalphon 
Osborn. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures. — George 

Surveyors of Mechanics Work. — William A. 
a, Babbit & Whitney. 



Justice of Police Court. — John S. Ladd 
Salary, Si, 500. 

riCEs of the Peace and of the Quorum. — 

Ephraim Buttriek, John S. Ladd, William Parmenter, 
D. Green, Seth Ames, J. T. Buckingham, 
Isaac Livermorc, Ezra Ripley. 

riCES of THB Peace.— Edmund T. Dana, Wm. 
F. Stone, Abraham E 

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Banks and Insurance Companies. 

Cambridge Bank. — Main Street. Thomas Whitte- 
more, President. Lucius E. Paige, Cashier. Joseph 
Whittemore, Messenger. 

Robert Douglass, Wm. B. Hovey, Ira Stratton, Thos. 
Whittemore, Jeremiah Wetherbee, Charles Wood, Ed- 
ward Hyde, Benjamin Tilton, Daniel U. Chamberlin, 
Directors. George W. Livermore, Solicitor. 

Discount Days — Monday and Thursday. 

Charles Riyer Bank — Harvard Square. Charles 
C. Little, President. John B. Dana, Cashier. George 
M. Osgood, Clerk and Messenger. 

Chas. C. Little, Oliver Hastings, Chauncey Smith, 
Wm. T. Richardson, Abel Willard, Directors. Chaun- 
cey Smith, Solicitor. Discount day — Wednesday. 

Cambridge City Bank — Athenaeum Building, Main 
Street. John Livermore, President. Edward Richard- 
son, Cashier. Roland Litchfield, Jr., Messenger. 

John Livermore, H. M. Chamberlain, Eliphalet Davis, 
George T. Gale, S. P. Heywood, Jos. A. Holmes, Geo. 
W. Whittemore, Directors. 

Discount day — Monday. 

Cambridge Market Bank — North Cambridge. 
Geo. Meacham, President. Warren Sanger, Cashier. 
Henry Woodbury, Messenger. 

George W. Lewis, Geo. Meacham, Henry Potter, 
Calvin Dimick, S. E. Woodbridge, and C. W. Kingsley, 
Directors. Discount Day — Wednesday. 



Lechmere Bank — Cambridge, corner of Second 
street. Lewis Hall, President. John Savage, Jr., 
Cashier. Benj. F. Gilbert, Messenger. 

Lewis Hall, Amory Houghton, Thomas Dana, Sam'l 
Slocomb, K. S. Chaffee, A. C. Sanborn, Erancis Draper, 
Directors. 



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SAVINGS BANKS — INSURANCE COMPANY. 35 



Cambridge Savings Bask — Harvard Square. 
Charles C. Little, President. Charles Beck, S. T. Far- 
well, J. H. Bates, Joel Parker, Vice-Presidents. J. B. 
Dana, Treasurer. William T. Bichardson, Secretary. 

Deposits received, and other business transacted at 
Charles River Bank, every Saturday afternoon, from 2 
to 4 o'clock. 

Quarter Days — 4th Thursday of January, April, 
Julv and October. 



Cambridgeport Savings Bank — Main Street. 
Benjamin Tilton, President. Thomas Whittemore, Geo. 
C. Richardson, Charles Wood, Vice-Presidents. George 
W. Livermore, SecretatT/. Lucius R. Paige, Treasurer. 

Deposits received and other business transacted at 
the Cambridge Bank, every day from 9 to 1 o'clock, 
only. 

Quarter days — 3d Wednesday of January, April, 
July, and October. 



East Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank. — 
Cambridge, corner of Second street. F. W. Holland, 
President. George Stevens, Jesse Hall, John Taylor, 
Vice-Presidents. Ezra Ripley, Secretary. John Savage, 
Jr., Treasurer. 

Deposits, from five cents to one thousand dollars, 
received every day from 12 to 1 o'clock. 



Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 
Main Street, near the Cambridge Bank. Josiah W. 
Cook, President. Abraham Lansing, Secretary. 

Josiah W. Cook, Jas. H. Thayer, I. P. Dunham, John 
D. Pearson, Henry Thayer, Jacob Eaton, Rufus Lam- 
son, P. R. L. Stone, A. Lansing, Directors. 

Notaries — George W. Livermore, Benjamin W. 
Whitney. 



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COURTS IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



l- s o bate c D D RT. 



January. 


Cambridge, second Tuesday. 


February. 


Concord, second Tuesday. t 


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Charlcstown, third Tuesday. 


March. 


Lowell, first Tuesday. 


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Cambridge, third Tuesday. 


April. 


Concord, second Tuesday. 


a 


Woburn, fourth Tuesday. 


May. 


Groton, first Tuesday. 


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Cambridge, third Tuesday. 


June. 


Lowell, first Tuesday. 


a 


Cambridge, second Tuesday. 


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Framingham, last Tuesday. 


August. 


Concord, second Tuc 


a 


Charlestown, third Tuesday. 


September. 


Cambridge, first Tuesday. 


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Lowell, third Tuesday,. 


October. 


Cambridge, second Tuesday. 


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Framingham, last Tuesday. 


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Groton, third Tuesday. 


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Concord, second Tuesday. 


tt 


Cambridge, third Tuesday. 


December. 


Lowell, first Tuesday. 


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Cambridge, third Tuesday. 



COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

Civil Terms. — Concord, on the first Monday in June. 
Lowell, first Monday in September, and second Monday 
in March. Cambridge, second Monday in December. 

mined Terms. — Concord, fourth Monday in June. 
Lowell, third Monday in October. Cambridge, second 
Monday in Febru 



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SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Law Term. — At Cambridge, on the third Tuesday 
next after the Fourth Tuesday in September. 

Nisi Prius Term. — At Lowell, on the second Tues- 
day in April. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, 

Cambridge, on the first Tuesday of January. Con- 
cord, on the first Tuesday of June and September. 



Middlesex County Officers. 

William A. Richardson, Judge of Probate. 

Alfred A. Prescott, of Reading, Register of Probate. 

Caleb Hayden, of Cambridge, Register of Deeds, 
Southern District. 

Asahel B. Wright, of Lowell, Register of Deeds, North- 
ern District. 

Amos Stone, of Charlestown, County Treasurer. 

Seth Ames, of Cambridge, Clerk of the'' Courts, 

Marshall Preston, of Lexington, Assistant Clerk. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 

Leonard Huntress, of Tewksbury, Chairman ; John K. 
Going, of Shirley ; Paul H. Sweetser, of South Read- 
ing. . 

Special Commissioners. — Wm. Hastings, Fram- 
ingham ; John L. Fletcher, Acton. 

Levi Parker, of Cambridge, Crier of the Courts. 

Jailers. — Charles J. Adams, of Cambridge ; Sam- 
uel Staples, of Concord ; Samuel Meserve, of Lowell. 



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Overseers or Tin: House OF I OH. — 

Samuel Chandler, of i : William Parm 

• A. llildrcth, of Lowell; John B. 
Eeyes, of Concord. 
Charles J. Adams, M 

Sheriff. — John S. Keyes, of Concord. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Hosea Jewell, Cambridgeport ; 
Levi Parker and Samuel W. Richardson, East Cam- 
bridge. 

Coroners. — Nathan Fiskc, Charles J. Adams. 



Cambridge Fire Department. 

The Tire Department of Cambridge is composed of a 
Chief Engineer, four A six Engine Companies, 

and one Hook and Ladder Company. There is, in ad- 
dition to the First Ward, a company who con- 
fine their labors to that Ward — the Engine being owned 
by private citizens in the Ward. 

OFFICERS. 

CHAKLES B. STEVENS, Chief Engineer. 
Mason Davis, First Assistant, 
Charles H. Blake, Sceor. 
Daniel 0. Gunnison, Third Assistant. 
Benjamin F. Berry, Fourth Assistant. 

Fire Police. — Allen B. Parsons, Thomas Work, 
and Henry- Kingsley, Jr. 

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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



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Cambridge Engine Co. 

No. 1. 

House, Church Street. 
Geo. 0. Danforth, Foreman. 
Thomas Capel, 1st Assi. 
Solomon Lenfest, Jr., 2d Asst. 
Charles H. Bate, Clerk. 
George Marnier, Steward. 
Engine built by Hunneman. 

Union Engine Co. 
No. 2. 

Souse, Main cor. Windsor St 
Geo. H. Copeland, Foreman. 
Thomas Houghton, 1st Asst. 
James H. Prince, 2d Asst. 
Geo. H. Fowler, Clerk. 
Daniel H. Russell, Steward. 

Engine built by Howard & 
Davis. 

Niagara Engine Co. 
No. So 

House Cambridge Street. 
B. N. Bartlett, Foreman. 
Geo. Stevens, 1st Asst. 
Oliver Pattee, 2d Asst. 
James Nelson, Clerk. 
W. B. Hastings, Steward. 

Engine built by S. Thayer. 

Eydrant Engine Co. 
BTo. 4. 

House, junction Western Av. 

and River Street. 
Barzillia Sluviev ant, For' man, 
L. F. McKenny, 1st Asst. 
William Smith, 2d Asst. 
Augustus Whifemore, Cleric. 
Joseph Pierce, Steward. 
Engine built bv Hunneman 



Daniel "Webster Engine Co. 
No. 5. 

House, North Avenue, near 

Win th rop SchooUiouse. 
Edward Mulliken, Foreman. 
Wm. S. Cogswall, 1st Asst. 
Franklin Snow, 2d Asst. 
Francis H. White, Clerk. 
Steward. 



Engine built by Howard & 
Davis. 



Pioneer Engine Co. 
No. 6. 

House, Pioneer Street. 
Thomas J. Stevens, Foreman. 
Charles Knight, 1st Ast. 
John P. Brown, 2d Ast. 
Enoch J. Howlett, Clerk. 
William Loughrev, Steward. 
Engine built by Hunneman. 

Hnnneiran Fngme Co. 
No. 7. 

This Engine is private pro 
perty, and the Company is 
paid by the hour fcr their 
service?. 

F. L. Chapman, Foreman. 
Albert Stevens, 2d Foreman. 
Francis I vers, 3c/ Foreman. 
A. H. Ramsay, Cork. 
E. H. Matthews, Steward. 

Engine built by Hunneman. 

Eook and Ladder Co. 
No. 1. 

House, Main, cor. Windsor St. 
Geo. S. Pike, Foreman. 
William K. Lawler, 1st Asst. 
William M. Loring, 2d Asst. 
Henry T. Welch, Clerk. 
Daniel Cros?, Steward. 



40 BRVOiBS. 

RESERVOIRS, 

LOCATED IN WARD ONE. 

Corner of Main and Dana streets. 
Mount Auburn street, foot of Linden. 

" " " opposite Orthodox Church. 

Comer Brighton and Spring streets. 
Brattle Square. 

Brattle street, opposite south end Appian Way. 
Garden street, north end Appian Way. 
Garden street, front of Old School House. 
School Court near Schoolhouse. 

Junction Garden St. and Concord Ay. opposite Arsenal. 
North Avenue, near junction of Waterhouse street. 
Square, front of house of late Dr. Holmes. 
Kirkland street, opposite Oxford. 
Sumner street opposite residence of Mr. Lerned. 
Cambridge street opposite Richardson's Row. 
Prescott street, near J. D. Green's barn. 
Bow street, centre of Square. 
College Yard. 
North Avenue, near Engine House, No. 5. 

LOCATED IN WARD TWO. 

Junction Main street and Broadway. 
Pioneer street, front of Engine House, No. 6. 
Corner Harvard and Davis streets. 

" Washington and Harrison streets. 
East end of School street, Brooks' Building. 
Main street, near Car Factory. 
Broadway, corner Washington and Windsor streets. 
Main street, near passage to Hovey's Bacon Works. 
Corner School and Cherry streets. 
Harvard street, head of Cherry. 
Corner Washington and Pine streets. 

" Harvard and Columbia streets. 
Main street, near Liberty Pole. 
Corner Main and Brookline streets. 
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RESERVOIRS. 41 

Austin street, opposite residence of Aaron Rice. 
Main street, Square, east of Irving House. 
Main street, junction of Western Avenue and River. 
Corner Brookine and Auburn streets. 

" Pearl and Franklin streets. 
Junction Western Avenue and Pleasant street. 
Corner Main and Hancock streets. 
City Hall Yard, cor. Harvard and Norfolk. 
Harvard street opposite passage to Burying Ground. 
Corner Harvard and Prospect streets. 
Broadway, head of Tremont streets. 
Prospect street, 175 feet north of Broadway. 
Norfolk street, opposite house of Damon & Fletcher. 
Corner Magazine and Williams streets. 

" Main and Austin streets. 

" Inman and Harvard streets. 
Green street, opposite house of Daniel Stone. 
Corner Cherry and Washington streets. 
Main street, east side of D. shorn' s Box Factory. 
Corner Bristol and Hampshire streets. 
Junction of Medford and Cambridge. 
Pearl street, near C. L. Jones & Co's Factory. 
Corner of Tremont and Garden streets. 

LOCATED IN WARD THREE. 

Front of Hotel, junction Bridge and Gore streets. 
Corner Gore and North Third streets. 
Corner Otis and Fourth streets. 

" Cambridge and South Fifth streets. 

" of Thorndike and Third streets. 
Otis street, near Hall's Buildings. 
Cambridge street, 70 feet east from North Third street. 
Corner'of South Sixth and Spring streets. 
New England Glass Co.'s yard. 
Winchester's Factory yard. 

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42 CEMETERIES. 

MOUXT AUBURX CEMETERY. 
OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION. 

Jacob Bigelow, President, 13 Summer street, Bos- 
ton. 

Geo. Wm. Bond, Treasurer. Office, 127 Milk street, 
Boston. 

Austin J. Coolidge, Secretary. Office, 39 Court 
street, Boston. 

Trustees — Isaiah Bangs, Jacob Bigelow, James Chee- 
ver, Uriel Crocker, Charles P. Curtis, Benjamin A. Gould, 
William R. Lawrence, Charles C. Little, Henry B. Mc- 
Kean, Charles G. Nazro, James Read, Mace Tisdale. 

Committee on Lots — Jacob Bigelow, Isaiah Bangs, 
James Cheerer. 

Committee on Grounds — Jacob Bigelow, Isaiah Bangs, 
Mace Tisdale, Janies Cheever, H. S. McKean. 

Jonathan Mann, Superintendent. 

B. F. Wyeth, Gate Keeper. 

Alexander TTadsworth, Corporation Surveyor, Suffolk 
Buildings, State street, Boston. 

The Cemetery contains about 125 acres. There are 
already more than 2,600 lots. 

The Superintendent may always be found at the 
Cemetery, except on Saturday mornings, when he is in 
attendance at the Secretary's Office. 

Tickets of admission for carnages may be obtained of 
the Secretary, at 39 Court street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE CEMETERY. 

Established in 1853. 
His Honor, the Mayor, ex officio, Cliainnan. 
Z. L. Raymond, Zelotes Hosmer, Anson Hooker, 
Abraham Edwards, Wm. A. Saunders, George Mea- 
cham, Commissioners. 

Henry H. Eames, Superintendent. 



COMPANIES. 43 

CAMBRIDGE RAILROAD COMPANY. 

President — Gardiner G. Hubbard. 

Treasurer — Estes Howe. 

Clerk — L. M. Stevens. 

Directors — Gardiner G. Hubbard, Charles C. Little, 
Wm, A. Saunders, George Meacham, John Livermore, 
H. M. Chamberlain, M. M. Eice, R. E. Demmon, Gard- 
ner Warren. 



UNION RAILWAY COMPANY. 

President — H. H. Stimpson. 

Cleric and Treasurer — Estes Howe. 

Superintendent — J. C. Stiles. 

Directors — H. H. Stimpson, Charles C Little, Wil- 
lard Phillips, Gardiner G. Hubbard, Wm. A. Saunders, 
Gardner Warren, James W. Emery. 



CAMBRIDGE WATER WORKS. 

President — Gardiner G. Hubbard. 

Clei^h and Treasurer* — Estes Howe. 

Directors — Gardiner G. Hubbard, Lewis Hall, John 
Livermore, William A. Saunders, S. H. Dodge, M. M. 
Rice, Charles C. Little, Estes Howe, Z. L. Raymond, 
John Sargent, Stephen Smith, Joseph S. Hastings. 
The four last named gentkmen were nominated by the 
City Council. 

CAMBRIDGE GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 

Capital, $125,000. 

President — John H. Blake. 

Treasurer and Cleric — Estes Howe. 

Superintendent — William Gibson. 

Directors — .John H. Blake, Isaac Livermore, John 
Livermore, Gardiner G. Hubbard, Henry Potter, Samuel 
Slocomb, Estes Howe. 

Dividends paid first of February and first of August. 



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Literary and Charitable Associations. 



CAMBRIDGE LYCEUM. 

President — Wm. L. Whitney; Secretary and Trea- 
surer — A. H. Ramsay ; Trustees — James Munroe, 
Stephen T. Farwell, R. M. Hodges, Nathan Fiske, 
Ebenezer Francis, Charles R. Metcalf, Wm. L. Whitney, 
A. H. Ramsay. 



FRANKLIN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

Incorporated March 16th, 1854. 

President — Augustus Russ ; Vice President — James P. 
Richardson; Secretary — D. F. Brown; Treasurer — 
George P. Oakes ; Librarian — Geo. E. Sawyer. 

Rooms, Franklin Hall, Lamson's Block, Main street. 



WEBSTER INSTITUTE. 

President — Joseph A. Ttillard; Vice President — 
Robert O. Fuller; Recording Secretary — Humphrey L. 
Snow; Corresponding Secretary — James C. Fisk ; Trea- 
surer — Benjamin F. Tilton; Librarian — Alanson Bige- 
low, Jr. 



CAMBRIDGE ATHENJEUM. 

President — Isaac Livermore ; Treasurer — Roland 
Litchfield, Jr. ; Cleric — E. Richardson ; Directors — 
Zclotcs Hosmer, Eliphalet Davis, Asa Murdock, John 
Livermore, S. P. Heywood, W. W. Wellington. 
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SOCIETIES. 45 



NIAGARA LITERARY INSTITUTE, 

President — James W. Bettinson; Vice President — 
Edward B. Kinsley; Clerk — Frederick Goodfellow ; 
Treasurer — George L. Mitchell ; Librarian — John Rich- 
mond ; Assistant Librarian — Charles Wood ; Trustees 
— E. P. Tufts, William Hunnewell, Alexander Erazer, 
James Jelley, WUliam Smith. 

Rooms, corner of South Second and Cambridge 
streets. 



WASHINGTON DEBATING SOCIETY. 

Instituted October 16th , 1856. 

President — George W. T. Riley. 
Secretary — George A. Matthewson. 
Treasurer and Secretary — William M. Goodridge. 
Standing Committee — Abiel E. Eifield, Charles H. 
Rust, George L. Rice. 
Rooms oyer Lechmere Bank, East Cambridge. 



IRVING LITERARY ASSOCIATION. 

President — James B. Wiggin. Vice President — 
Elbridge S. Hovey. Secretary — Arres A. Osborne. 
Treasurer — Oliver H. Webber. Librarian — John E. 
Tucker. Rooms, Washington Hall. 



CAMBRIDGE CITY GUARD. 

Armory — Hall on Mount Auburn Street, over 
Wright's Bread Store. 

Charles B. Stevens, Captain ; B. E. Berry, First Lieu- 
tenant ; , Second Lieutenant ; William E. Robin- 
son, Third Lieutenant; J. Phillips White, Clerk; Wil- 
liam Bates, 2d, Treasurer. 



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ORDER OF UNITED AMERICANS. 

Star Spangled Banner Chapter, No. 5, Cam- 
bridgcport ; meets every Wednesday evening, in Wash- 
ington Hall, on Main street. 

Putnam Chapter, No. 15, East Cambridge; meets 
the first and third Wednesday evenings, in Fraternity 
Hall, on Bridge street. 



AMICABLE FIRE SOCIETY, 

Instituted April 10th, 1810. 

President — Joseph Porter'; Clerk — Leonard Lyon; 
Treasurer — A. C. Smith; Wardens — William Porter, 
Thos. B. Eaton, Thos. Stearns, Henry Dillingham j 
Auditing Committee — John A. Pulton, Isaac Cutler. 



MASONIC LODGE. 

Amicable Lodge : meets on the first Thursday 
evening in every month, at Priendship Hall, Cambridge- 
port. Officers elected December, 1855. 

Master — Oliver J. Rand. S. W.— Geo. B.Eaton. 
J. W. — E. J. Bennett. Treasurer — Nathan Piske. 
Secretary — Charles Tufts. S. D.— J. C. Thurston. 
X D. — I. H. Gregory. Marshal — W. W. Bullock. 
Tyler — John Pear. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

New England Lodge, No. 4, East Cambridge, 
meets every Priday evening, in Fraternity Hall, on 
Bridge street. 

Friendship Lodge, No. 20, Cambridgeport : meets 
every Monday evening at Priendship Hall. 
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SOCIETIES. 47 



CAMBRIDGE HUMANE SOCIETY. 

President — John G. Palfrey. Vice President — Chas. 
E. Norton. Treasurer — ■ Thomas J. White. Trustees — 
John A. Albro, J.B. Dana, Ebenezer Francis, C. C. Lit- 
tle, and William Newell. 



HOWARD^ BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF CAM- 
BRIDGE. 

This Society was formed in 1851. Its object is to 
relieve the sufferings of the poor and unfortunate. Its 
labors are at present confined to the Second Ward. Its 
officers are as follows : — 

President— J. W. Gates. Secretary — J. C. Thurston. 
Treasurer — A. C. Webber. 

Managers — District No. 1, W. S. Spring. District 
No. 2, W. W. Dennis. District No. 3, Joseph Whitte- 
more. District No. 4, Moses Stearns. District No. 5, 
J. G. Hovey. District No. 6, W. Cooper. District No. 
7, John H. Dodge. District No. 8, Thomas Work 

Application for aid to be made to one of the Managers. 



WALKER BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, 

This Society was instituted in North Cambridge, Oct. 
1, 1855. It has for its object, &c, the amelioration of 
the condition of the poor in North Cambridge and 
Someryille, and the prevention of fraud. The following 
gentlemen and ladies were appointed officers of this 
Society. 

President — Kev. Caleb D. Bradlee. 

Vice-President — James W. Baldwin. 

Treasurer — Edward G. Lynes. 

Secretary — Charles H. Bullard. 

Directors — Mrs. T. J. Peirce, Nancy A. Bailey, Messrs. 
Walter M. Allen, Hey wood Parker, Charles H. Bullard. 



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RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES IN CAMBRIDGE, 



First Parish in Cambridge — Unitarian. 
Harvard Square, opposite Hurrah] Coll 
WILLIAM NEWELL, Potior. 

Joseph Cutler, Chairman of Standing Committee. 

Joseph Brackctt, Sexton, resides Brattle, near Story. 

Parish Committee — James Munroe, Andrew S. Waitt. 

There is a Ministerial Fund belonging to the First 
Parish, amounting to between $14,000 and $15,000. 
The Trustees of said Fund are : — # 

John G. Palfrey, Sidney Willard, Wm. L. Whitney, 
James Munroe, A. H. Kamsay, John Chamberlin, 
Charles R. Mctcalf. Wm. L. Whitney, Treasurer. 

First Church and Shepard Congregational So- 
ciety — Trinitarian. 

Mount Auburn, corner of Holyoke street. 
JOHN A. ALBRO, Pastor. 
William Saunders, Chairman of Prudential Committee. 
Wm. A. Saunders, Clerk and Treasurer. 
B. F. Wyeth, Sexton, resides Everett Place. 

Christ Church — Episcopal. 

Garden street. 
NICHOLAS HOPPIN, Pastor. 
George Bond, C. F. Foster, Wardens. 

F. L. Batchelder, Clerk and Treasurer. 

Horace Handford, Sexton, resides Shepard street. 

St. Peter's Church — Catholic. 

Concord Avenue — Observatory Hill. 
MANASSES DOUGHERTY, Pastor. 
Michael Tracy, Sexton, resides in Somerville. 
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RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 49 

Old Cambridge Baptist Society* 

Head of Kirkland street. 
JOHN PRYOR, Pastor. 
Josiah Coolidge, Chairman of Standing Committee, 
John B. Dana, Treasurer. 
Austin J. Coolidge, Clerk. 
Charles H. Richardson, Sexton, resides Kirkland 

Allen Street Congregational Society— Unitarian. 

Allen street. 
CALEB DAVIS BRADLEE, Pastor. 
Thomas J. Peirce, Chairman Standing Committee. 
William Erost, Clerk and Treasurer, 
James S. Clanin, Sexton, resides Tenny's Court. 

North Cambridge Baptist Church* 

North Avenue. 
A. M. AVERLLL, Pastor. 

Henry R. Glover, Chairman Standing Committee, 

Henry Potter, Treasurer. 

Warren Sanger, Clerk. 

William Bedell, Sexton, resides North Avenue. 

Lee Street Church —Unitarian* 

Lee Street. 
H. F. HARRINGTON, Pastor. 
John C. Dodge, Chairman Standing Committee.^ 
Abraham Lansing, Treasurer. 
Eben Snow, Clerk, 
Andrew B. Harlow, Sexton t resides Trowbridge street. 



50 RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 



Cambridgeport Parish. — Unitarian. 

Austin street. 
J. E. W. WARE, Pastor. 

Geo. C. Richardson, Chairman Standing Committee. 

D. U. Chamberlin, Treasurer. 
W. W. Wellington, Clerk. 

Roland Litchfield, jr., Sexton, resides Main corner 
Columbia. 

Second Episcopal Methodist Society, 

Harvard, opposite Essex street. 

MOSES A. HOWE, Pastor. 
Amos B. Merrill, Chairman of Trustees. 
Josiah Richardson, Treasurer. 

E. Q. Rowell, Sexton, resides Auburn Court. 

Second Evangelical Congregational Society — 
Trinitarian * 

Austin street. 
CHARLES JONES, Pastor. 
Willard Sears, Chairman Standing Committee. 
Josiah Rugg, Treasurer. 
J. W. Alden, Clerk. 
William Storer, Sexton, at J. A. Holmes & Co's. 

First Episcopal Methodist* 

Cambridge street. 
ABRAHAM D. MERRILL, Pastor. 
A. H. Stevens, Chairman Standing Committee. 
A. H. Stevens, Treasurer. 
Horatio N. Hovey, Clerk. 
N. W. Glasson, Sexton, resides Gore cor. Eourth street. 



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RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 51 



First Baptist Society. 

Magazine, junction of Kiver street. 
SUMNER R. MASON, Pastor. 

Albert Vinal, D. D. Leeds, Isaac C. Holmes, C. A. 
Marsh, J. N. Barbour, Frederick Clapp, A. C. Web- 
ber, B. N. Peirce, M. L. Smith, Trustees. 

Edward Hixon, John Holman, Josiah Burrage, Jr., 
Prudential 'Committee. * 

Albert Vinal, Treasurer. 

Isaac C. Holmes, Cleric. 

Charles F. Brown, Sexton, resides Franklin near 
Pleasant. 

First Evangelical Congregational Society- 
Trinitarian. 

Prospect street. 
EDWARD W. GILMAN, Pastor. 
John Sargent, Chairman of Standing Committee. 
Benjamin Tilton, Treasurer. 
Ebenezer Dunbar, Clerk. 
J, C. Wilder, Sexton, resides corner Pearl and Perry. 

St. Peter's Church— episcopal. 

Prospect street. ~* 

WILLIAM P. PAGE, Rector. 
Luther Crane, Asa P. Morse, Wardens. 
Abraham Edwards, Treasurer. 
Bela F. Jacobs, Clerk. 

First Fnirersalist Society. 

Main street, junction State. 
CHARLES A. SKINNER, Pastor. 
George Fisher, Chairman of Standing Committee. 
Joseph Whittemore, Clerk and Treasurer. 
John Pear, Sexton, resides Front street. 



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52 RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 



Second Baptist Church. 

Cambridge, cor. Fourth. 
A. F. SPALDING, Pastor. 
Henry S. Hills, Chairman Standing Committee. 
Nathaniel Haynes, Treasurer. 
John W. Donallan, Clerk. 
Curtis Hobbs, Sexton, resides 133 Cambridge. 

• Evangelical Congregational Society* 

South Fourth street. 
J. L. BENNETT, Pastor. 
Moses Clarke, Chairman Standing Committee. 
William Wyman, Treasurer. 
George W. Fifield, Clerk. 
Fairfield Davis, Sexton, resides 132 Thorndike street. 

Third Congregational Society — Unitarian' 

Third, corner Thorndike street. 
F. W. HOLLAND, Pastor. 
Anson Hooker, Chairman Standing Committee. 
Andrew Fogg, Treasurer. 
Nathan L. Greene, Clerk. 
, Sexton. 

Second Universalis! Society* 

Cambridge street. 
H. A. EATON, Pastor. 
N. K. Noble, Chairman Standing Committee. 
John Tarbox, Treasurer* 
N. K. Noble, Clerk. 
Calvin Smith, Sexton, resides 99 Otis. 

St* John's Church - Catholic* 

South Fourth street* 

LAWRENCE CARROLL, Pastor. 
James Casey, Sexton and Clerk^ resides Fourth near 
Spring. 
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LIST OF TAX PAYEES IN CAMBRIDGE. 



The following list comprises all those who pay a tax 
in this city of twenty -five dollars and upwards. Under the 
several heads of Ward One, Two, and Three, will be 
found, alphabetically arranged, the names of resident tax 
payers ; and succeeding these the names of non-residents. 
WARD I. 



Abbott, Almon 


110 07| 


Brown, William 


105 45 


Abbott, Ann W 


115 50 


Brown, James P 


78 50 


Abbott, George W 


37 69 


Bruce, Charles W 


44 62 


Adams, Issachar 


26 91 


Buckingham, Jos T 


109 30 


Agassiz, Louis 


127 01 


Bush, Elizabeth Mrs 


104 72 


Allen & Farnham 


38 50 


Buttrick, Ephraim 


344 15 


Allen, Walter M 


208 63 


Bullard, Charles 


93 90 


Ames, Seth 


124 70 


Caldwell, William 


93 90 


Amory, H C 


217 10 


Caldwell, Wm exr O 




Atkins, Sally Mrs 


42 35 


Smith 


34 65 


Atwill, John B 


56 94 


Cambridge RR Co 


895 13 


Austin, Agnes Mrs 


154 00 


Cambridge Gas Lighl 




Austin, Agnes Miss 


88 55 


Co 


770 00 


Austin, Susan T 


200 20 


Cambridge Market 




Averill, A M 


39 23 


Bank 


26 95 


Baldwin, James W 


128 55 


Campbell, David, heirs 


Baldwin, George D 


40 00 


of 


28 47 


Barnes, John 


43 85 


Campbell, Sarah P 


73 15 


Bartlett, John 


101 60 


Carpenter, Deborah 


278 74 


Bartlett, Wm B 


49 24 


Carter, Robert 


65 41 


Batchelder, Samuel 


667 65 


Carter, Wm E 


59 25 


Batchelder, F L 


63 10 


Chamberlin , John, 




Bates, Jacob H 


226 34 


guardian 


27 72 


Bates, William 


75 81 


Chamberlin, John 


43 85 


Bates, William 2d 


26 91 


Channing, Henrietta 




Bates & Saunders 


55 40 


exr 


150 15 


Beck, Charles 


1192 69 


Charles River Bank 


39.52 


Becker, Alex. Mrs 


100 10 


Chapman. E A estate 




Benson, John 


40 00 


of 


206 36 


Blake, Darius 


40 77 


Chapman, Francis L 


151 65 


Bond, George P 


73 11 


Chadwick, Samuel 


28 45 


Bond, Wm C 


136 25 


Choate, Charles F 


86 20 


Bowen, Francis 


81 58 


Clapp, Charles C 


26 91 


Brackett, James 


63 10 


Cleveland, Mary W 


53 90 


Brattles, Edward 


45 39 


Cofran, Samuel M 


34 61 


Brewer, William A 


32 30 


Colburn, George W 


51 55 


Brewster, John 


239 43 


Colburn, Warren Mrs 8 


Brown, Daniel L 


87 36 


Connelly, Barney 


35 38 


Brown, Timothy A 
5 


70 80 


Cook, Josiah W 


46 92 



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LIST OF TAX PAYERS IN CAMBRIDGE. 



Cook, Ephraim 36 15 

Coolidge, Josiah 231 73 

Coolidge, Joseph G 215 56 

Coolidge, George 95 06 

Cotterell, Adam S 76 19 
Cox, Samuel, heirs of 42 35 

Cummings, Susan 25 41 

Curran, Catherine 30 80 

Cushman, Charles 63 10 

Cutler, Isaac 133 17 
Cutler, Joseph and 

others 26 95 
Cutler, Joseph 67 72 
Cutter, Asa 96 21 
Dana, J B 108 53 
Dana, Richard H jr 128 55 
Danforth, George O 33 84 
Danforth, Otis 63 10 
Danforth, Isaac 40 00 
Davis, Charles H 82 35 
Davenport, John 254 06 
Day, Ralph ' 72 34 
Deane, Gaorge H 132 40 
Dillingham, Henry 23 45 
Dixwell, E S 154 73 
Donnison, Catherine L 100 10 
Dorr, Cornelius 56 94 
Dunham, Israel P 68 49 
Dyer, Ezra C 110 07 
Eastman & Page 106 26 
Edwards, Abraham 32 30 
Egan, Malachy 46 93 
Ellis, David 96 21 
Episcopal Society, War- 
dens 55 44 
Estes & Littlefield 29 26 
Eustis, Henry 165 51 
Evans, William P 36 92 
Everett, Emily 134 75 
Fairbanks, E Mrs 26 95 
Farrar, John, exr 369 60 
Farrar, Eliza 30 80 
Farwell, James K 43 47 
Farwell, S T admr 59 29 
Farwell, Stephen T 62 33 
Faxon, Maria B 38 50 
Fay, S P P 240 20 
Felton, C C & T C 
Merrill, jr trus- 
tees 42 35 



Felton, Cornelius C 85 44 

Fernald, Hiram 36 15 

Fiske, Nathan 36 46 

Flagg, J P 55 46 

Fletcher, Moore R 201 70 

Folsom, Charles 86 20 

Foster, Charles C 295 64 

Foster, Charles F 112 38 

Francis, Converse 150 11 

Francis, Ebenezer 180 14 

Frost, William 123 55 

Fulton, John A 127 01 

Fuller, Henry A 51 55 

Gill, William 47 76 

Glover 3 Henry R 74 65 

Gray, Asa 35 38 

Green, James D 124 70 
Greenleaf, Simon, heirs 

of 50 05 

Greenleaf, John 37 69 

Greenough, Henry 328 75 
Greenough, Horatio 

Mrs ' 123 20 
Green, J D executor F 

Sales 69 30 

Gardner, Mary J 26 95 

Good, Peter P jr 26 14 

Gorham, W A 51 55 

Hadley, David B 56 56 

Hall, Orrin 29 99 

Harlow, F A Miss 46 20 

Harmon, John 63 10 
Harris, T W, heirs of 93 94 

Hastings, Oliver 743 47 

Hayes, Luther S 26 91 

Hedge, Mary L 33 50 

Higgittson, Waldo 55 40 

Hiel, Nathan R 29 99 
Hilliard, Abraham heirs 

of 1S7 50 

Henderson, Robert 33 84 

Hitchcock, Alfred 2S 45 

Hodges, Richard M 221 92 

Houkinson, Thomas 104 68 

Holbrook, Daniel 31 53 

Holman, E P 28 45 

Holmes, Sarah 256 41 

Holmes, John 53 09 

Homer, Charles W 74 65 

Holt, Larkin 29 99 



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LIST OF TAX PAYERS IN CAMBRIDGE. 



55 



Houghton, H & Co 77 00 

Howe, Estes _ 170 90 
Howe, Estes, guardian 38 50 

Howe, Sarah L 88 55 

Hubbard, G G 314 12 

Humphrey, David 101 60 

Hunnewell, Charles 30 76 

Hunnewell, James A 32 30 
Hunnewell, William, 

heirs of 133 21 

Huntington, F D 31 53 

Huntington, James 26 14 

Hutchinson, Erastus 63 87 

Hyde, Isaac 66 95 

Jarvis & Stone 98 76 
Jarvis, Rebecca Miss 107 80 

Johnson, William O 46 16 

Jones, Andrew J 65 41 

Jones, Leonard S 133 94 

Jones, Orrin G 26 91 

Kendall, Seth H 28 45 

Keith, Lucretia M 184 80 

Kelsey, James H 170 90 

Kiernan, James 36 92 

Kimball, Wm & Co 57 75 

Kingsley, Chester W 165 51 

Ladd, Wm heirs of 61 60 

Lamson, Henry 36 92 

Lane, George M 108 83 

Lawrence, Asa F 74 65 

Lerned, Benjamin G 60 79 

Lerned, Thomas P 66 95 

Little, Charles C 710 67 

Livermore, George 93 90 

Longfellow, H W 977 09 

Lovering, Joseph 104 68 

Lowell, Charles R 63 10 

Loweli, Charles 388 04 

Lowell, James R 137 41 
Lyceum, Cambridge, 

proprietors 77 06 
Manning, Elizabeth B 57 75 

Mansfield, Daniel 29 22 

McCrehan, Jeremiah 33 07 

Meacham, George 372 64 

Merrill, J C 65 80 

Merrill, John 181 60 

Mercer, James 32 30 

Metcalf&Co 119 35 

Metcalf, Charles R 67 72 



Miller, William 40 00 

Mills, Harriet 84 70 

Moore, Josiah, heirs of 77 00 
Moore, Susan & Mary 81 62 
Morse, Royal 38 46 

Munroe, James 178 60 

Murdock, Charles T 

heirs of 29 26 

Nash, Joshua 95 05 

Nichols Ichabod 97 75 

Norton,Andrews Mrs 1135 75 
Norton, Michael 81 20 

Norton & Butterfield 35 42 
Nourse & Remick 34 65 

Noyes, George R 88 51 

Nutting & Prescott 39 27 
Nutting, Phillip 93 90 

O'Brien, James 28 45 

O'Conner, Morris 43 85 

Osgood, George M 32 30 
Owen, John 106 22 

Page, Benjamin 317 20 

Palfrey, John G 232 50 

Parker, Henry M 90 05 

Parker, Joel 281 78 

Parsons, Sabra B Mrs 281 05 
Parsons, Theophilus 255 60 
Parsons, Wm J 32 30 

Parks, Elizabeth 30 80 

Patterson, Thomas 44 62 
Paine, Henry W 47 70 

Phillips, Willard 266 01 

Pierce, Benjamin 56 17 

Plimpton & Manning 316 47 
Plimpton, Sylvanus 97 75 
Pomeroy, Ann 200 20 

Pomeroy, Eliza C 80 85 

Porter, Joseph 134 71 

Porter & Meacham 555 76 
Porter, Wm. H 51 58 

Porter, Zachariah' 122 39 
Potter, Henry 730 31 

Pratt Dexter, heirs of 46 20 
Prescott, Joel H 55 40 

Prentice, Jonathan C 36 15 
President and Fellows 
of Harvard Col- 
lege 799 26 
Pryor, John 125 47 
Putnam, Teel & Co. 60 06 



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LIST OF TAX PAYERS IN CAMBRIDGE. 



Stevens, Albert 35 

Stewart, Richard 87 

Stickney, Lucy 26 

Stickney, Nathaniel N 29 
Stimson, Royal 168 

Stimpson, Herbert H 158 
77 
50 
70 
43 
63 
70 
107 
121 
232 
93 
73 
46 
23 
32 
33 



Ramsay, A H 


95 44 


Rand, Benjamin 


205 55 


Rand, Samuel 


86 97 


Read, James B 


124 70 


Read, John 


247 13 


Read, William 


391 12 


Rice, George G 


76 19 


Rice, Joseph H 


93 52 


Richardson, Edward 


46 93 


Rice, Moses M 


140 49 


Richardson, Susan C 


281 05 


Richardson, Wm T 


253 49 


Richards, Joseph R 


30 76 


Richmond, Thomas 


40 00 


Ropes, Hardy 


109 30 


Ross, Robert 


41 54 


Rowe, Isaac F 


42 31 


Russell, Charles T 


101 60 


Russell, Thomas 


33 07 


Sands, John L 


129 32 


Sanders, Charles 


609 80 


Sargent, Solomon 


214 79 


Sargent, Mary, wife of 


Solomon 


29 26 


Saunders, Charles H 


84 66 


Saunders, Francis E 


51 17 


Saunders, George 


47 70 


Saunders, William and 


others 


61 60 


Saunders, William 


122 39 


Saunders, Wm A 


253 29 


Sawyer, S F heirs ol 


34 65 


Shepard Society 


26 95 


Sibley, John L 


35 33 


Skinner, Samuel N 


63 10 


Sleeper, Solomon S 


58 48 


Smith, Stephen 


88 51 


Smith, L W 


36 46* 


Smith, DeWolf 
Spares, Jared 


86 20 


771 59 


Spencer, Wm V 


52 32 


Stafford, John 


39 23 


Stearns, Thomas 


121 62 


Stearns & Sargent 


175 95 


Stearns, James 


45 39 


Stearns, Sargent and 


Conant 


77 00 


Stearns & Hill 


123 20 


Stearns, Wm G 


254 06 


Stearns, Wm G adm 


200 20 



Stone, Mary 
Swan, Abigail Mrs 
Sweetman, John 
Sweetser, Samuel 
Tamplin, James B 
Teel, Ammi C 
Tenny, Oliver 
Thayer, J H & J P 
Theis, Lewis 
Todd, Susan H 
Todd, J M, heirs of 
Torry, Robert 
Torry, Henry C 
Tower, Samuel G 
Trow. Francis R 
Tread well D & others 62 
Treadwell, Daniel 248 
Union Railway Co 315 
Upham M & Catherine 53 
Valentine, E F 23 

Vaughan, Charles 105 
Waitt, Andrew S 87 

Walker, James 182 

Walker, Edward 126 

W T allace, James P jr 34 
Walton, Nathan S 72 
Ware, Wm Mrs 107 

Warland, Mary A 28 

W T arland, William 90 
Waterhouse, Louisa 233 
Watts, Francis A 23 

Weld, Benjamin C 105 
Wells, Lucia G F 26 

Wells, William 230 

Wellington, Ambrose 74 
Wheaton, Catherine 42 
Whipple, Wm J Mrs 30 
White. George W 45 

W T hite, Thomas J 70 

Whitman, E P 314 

Whitman, Joseph H 53 
Whitney, Benjamin W 23 
Whitney, Sumner 200 
Whitney, Wm L 314 



33 

74 

0.3 
22 
21 
53 
00 
05 
30 
35 
10 
03 
76 
39 
50 
5 5 
92 
20 
49 
30 

or 

76 
23 
70 
90 
45 
45 
74 
45 
24 
91 
34 
30 
49 

■:•-? 

36 
15 

45 

05 
24 
05 
35 
60 
39 
30 
12 
25 
45 
20 
12 



LIST OF TAX PAYEES IN CAMBEIDGE. 



Whitney, Wm L trus. 
Whitney & Brackett 
Whitney, Wm L trea- 
surer 
Wildes, William 
Willard, Abel 
Willard, Lucy 
Willard & Stearns 
Willis, Stillman 
Withey, Simeon 
Wood & Hall 



55 44 
80 63 

154 00 
36 15 

156 27 
33 50 

123 20 

237 94 
23 45 

150 99 



Wood, Jonas 
"Worcester, John 
Worcester, Joseph E 
Wright, William 
Wyeth, Benjamin F 
Wyeth, John 
Wyeth, Jonas 
Wyeth, Jonas 2d 
Wyeth, Nathaniel J 
Wyman, Morrill 
j Wyman, Jeffries 



57 

70 80 

63 10 

706 05 

56 17 

32 30 

132 02 

207 86 

573 53 

611 34 

440 40 

120 85 



NON-RESIDENTS. 



Bacol, William K 
Baldwin, James F 
Baldwin, S D 
Benson, Arthur W 
Brown, Francis adm 
Brown, George H 
Brown, James, heirs 

of 
Coates, Mary 
Coolidge, Jesse 
Curtis, Thomas B 
Dana, James 
Dean, Henry 
Derby, George 
DeWolf, John and 

others 
Eustis, Wm Mrs 
Foster, Samuel C 
Gray, John C 
Greeley, Andrew G 
Greenleaf, James 
Greenleaf, James exr 
Guyot, Arnold 
Hastings, Edmund T 
Hayes, George W 
Hubbell, Peter 
Kent, Thomas G 



29 26 | 
33 50 

30 80 
30 80 
77 00 
69 30 

760 76 
26 95 

29 26 
111 65 

53 52 
35 81 

30 80 

110 10 

77 00 

61 60 

377 30 

26 95 

42 35 

269 50 

110 10 

273 35 

92 46 

261 80 

33 50 



Kidder & Reed 231 00 

Kuhn, George H 38 50 

LeRoch, John L 26 95 

Little, C C & C Reed 30 80 
Little & Brown 701 47 

Loring, Edward G 50 05 

Mason, Nicholas 30 80 

Minot, Wm, exr 69 30 

Morse, Ozias 123 20 

Parker, Benjamin 46 20 

Peck, Abel G 38 50 

Randall, George W 38 50 
Remick, Jacob B 69 30 

Russell, Philemon R 26 95 
Russell, Harrington & 

Co 150 15 

Simmons, Charles 26 95 
Shattuck, George C 107 80 
Stevens, Calvin 53 90 

Thomas, Wm heirs of 53 90 
Tudor, Frederick 132 44 

Welch, Charles A, 

guardian 61 60 

Whittemore John,heirs 33 88 
White, Artemas 46 20 

Willard, Emery 43 12 

Woodbridge, S F 57 75 



WARD II. 



Abbott, George W 101 60 
Alden, Elbridge G 115 56 
Allen, Charles H 71 57 

Allen, Harriet 708 40 

Allen, Harriet, guar- 
dian 646 80 
Allston, Martha R Tr 159 39 
5* 



Annable, Joseph D 36 15 
Annable, Joseph D & 

Son 36 96 

Arnold, Samuel S 123 16 
Bagley, Currier F 43 85 

Bailey, Josiah - - 25 36 

Bailey, Byron 26^14 



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LIST OF TAX PAYERS IN CAMBRIDGE. 



Bangs, I L & Co 109 34 

Bangs, Barnabas 27 34 

Bangs, Isaiah 267 92 

Bang, Jacob N 32 30 

Barbour, John N 28 45 

Bent, Newell 291 02 
Bent, Newell, heirs of 361 90 

Bigelow, Alanson 106 99 
Bills, Mark, estate of 92 40 

Bliss, Henry P 55 40 

Bliss, H C H 82 30 

Boardman, Charles 29 22 

Boardman, James 86 97 

Bradshaw, Aaron 30 76 

Braybrook, EH 59 25 
Braybrook, E H & Co 53 90 

Briggs, Walter D 66 95 
Bright, H O & others 110 11 

Bright, HO 47 16 

Brigham, Peter • 65 41 

Brigham, Mrs 30 80 

Brooks, Hiram 114 69 

Brooks, Matthew 36 15 

Brooks, S P 25 37 

Brooks, Wm H 36 92 

Brown, Artemas Z 65 41 

Brown, Daniel S 46 16 

Brown, Major W 30 70 

Brown, Stephen D 33 84 

Bruce, Abel W 32 30 
Bruce, A W & W Hovey, 

trustees 84 70 

Burditt, John D G 38 46 

Burlingame, Anson 28 45 

Bullard, Asa 40 00 

Burpee, E & S W 36 11 

Bunker, Andrew P 38 74 

Burrage, Josiah jr 173 98 
Burrage, Stickney & 

Co 148 61 
Burrage, Josiah jr 

guardian 26 95 

Burridge, Joseph 40 00 

Burroughs, Henry 62 33 

Butterfield, Wm P 133 94 

Cade, George L 33 84 

Caldwell, W P 43 84 
Cambridge Athenaeum 69 30 

Cambridge Bank 73 15 

Carter, Nathaniel 40 00 



Carter, Luke 602 10 

Carruth, Charles E 26 14 

Cassidy, Edward 37 69 

Chamberlain, H M 232 50 
Chamberlain, H M exr 

C Valentine 539 00 
Chamberlain, H M admr 

' estate R Fuller 254 10 
Chamberlain, H M 

guardian 77 00 
Chamberlain, Thomas 52 36 

Chamberlin, D U 76 19 

Chaney, Thomas 43 08 

Chandler, Martin E 32 30 

Chaplin, Charles F 128 55 

Chase, Jeremiah C 124 70 
Childs, Nathan, estate 

of 107 80 

Clapp, Frederick 101 60 

Clark, Alvan 56 17 

Clark, Benjamin P 43 85 

Clark, Hosea 36 15 

Clark, Mary Ann M 46 97 

Clark, Simon P 43 85 
Cogswell, Margaret E 69 30 

Cole, CD 32 30 

Colley, Benjamin E 72 34 

Conant, Levi 87 74 

Cook, Josiah W 201 70 

Coolidge, Abiel 63 10 

Coolidge, Nancy 115 50 

Cooper, Charles 29 22 

Cooper, William 28 45 

Costello, James 23 45 

Cox, Leonard 34 61 

Crane, Luther 66 95 

Cutter, James M 43 85 

Cutter, Peter 47 70 

Cutter, Samuel L 78 50 

Dana, Edmund T 351 85 

Dana & Hastings 192 50 

Dane, Joseph G 44 62 

Danforth, Hollis 34 61 

Davis, Curtis 47 70 

Davis, Eliphalet 177 06 

Davis, Isaac 55 40 

Davis, Mason 36 15 

Davis, Stephen G 64 64 

Daily, Lewis 29 99 
Dallinger & Crossman 53 90 



LIST OF TAX PATERS IN CAMBRIDGE. 



59 



Davenport, Alvan 59 25 
Davis, Curtis & Co 105 49 
Davis & Hale 30 80 
Davis & Bates 38 50 
Davis, James C 27 68 
Davis,. W & E W 106 26 
Deane, Charles 66 95 
Deane, Ezra 55 40 
Dennis, William W 55 40 
Dexter, Henry 41 54 
Dexter, Joseph 29 22 
Dickinson, Alexander 244 82 
Dimick, Calvin 135 48 
Dodge, John C 63 10 
Dodge, J F 30 76 
Dodge, Solomon H 166 28 
Douglass, Robert, trus- 
tee for Mrs R 69 30 
Douglass, R, trustee for 

Allen children 631 40 

Douglass, Robert 284 36 

Douglass, Royal 101 60 

Dowse, Thomas 503 54 

Dudley, John 50 01 

Dudley, Samuel W 26 14 

Dunbar, Eben M 59 25 

Eaton & Haley 61 60 

Eaton, Jacob 40 00 

Edgeworth, Francis 41 54 

Emerson, Luther -5155 

Estabrook, James 31 90 

Ewell, Charles 31 53 

Fay, Isaac 272 54 

Fellows, Cyrus 65 41 

Fette, Henrv G 29 22 

Fillebrown, S B 26 91 

Fisher, Edward 36 15 

Fisher, George 218 64 

Fisk, James C 30 95 

Fisk & Fuller 100 10 

Fisk, Rufus 233 27 

Fisk & Rice 364 98 

Fisk, William 83 89 

Fisk, Wm P & Co 46 20 
Flint, Edmund, heirs 

of 63 14 

Fogg, Jesse 299 49 

Foster, Charles 36 92 
Fuller, Robert Mrs 

guardian 138 60 

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Fuller, Robert Henry 113 15 

Fuller, Robert Mrs 435 05 

Fuzzard, Wm 43 85 

Gale & Dudley 68 40 

Gale, George T 67 72 

Gates, James W 72 34 

Gault, Benjamin F 36 92 

Gault, Low & Co 43 12 

George, Harvey 98 52 

George, Obadiah 38 46 

Godfrey, Nathan P 56 94 

Goodnow, Joseph 70 89 

Gould, Frederick 85 43 

Gove, Calvin 27 68 

Grant, Elijah 31 53 
Gray, Rebecca and 

Elizabeth 50 05 

Green, Issachar A 53 09 

Greenough, James 76 96 

Greenough, Wm 257 91 

Greenwood, James 145 49 

Greely, Noah 40 00 

Gregory, Franklin E 45 16 

Gregory, Martha P 66 99 

Grover, Chester B 56 94 

Gunnison, Daniel O 39 23 

Hagar, Jona Mrs 50 05 

Haley, Jesse 59 25 

Haley, Henry 28 45 

Harding, H R 34 53 

Harding, Isaac 40 00 

Hayes, Alvin 25 37 

Hancock, Solomon m 69 26 
Hancock, Solomon jr 30 76 

Hardy, Francis D 47 70 

Harlow, Joshua* 66 18 

Harris, John S 75 42 

Hegney, John 64 64 

Hews, Horace 32 34 

Hews, J & H 41 54 

Heywood, Samuel P 50 78 

Hixon, Edward 342 61 

Holden, Alvin 26 14 

Hollis, Charles 47 70 
Holmes, Joseph, heirs 

of 103 95 

Holmes, Joseph A 159 35 
Holmes, Jos. A & Co 47 74 

Holmes, Joseph A & 

others 33 80 



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LIST OF TAX PAYEES IN CAMBRIDGE. 



Holmes, Orpheus 33 07 
Hovey, Wm B trustee 32 34 

How, Elias 43 08 

Holway, Philip 27 68 

Hosmer, Zelotes 167 05 

Houghton, Moses B 29 99 

Hovey, Ebenezer 143 18 

Hovey, E & Co 43 89 
Hovey & Co Cambridge 

Nurseries 731 50 
Hovey, Elizabeth, heirs 

of 134 75 

Hovey, James G 94 67 

Hovey, J Dana 64 64 

Hovey, P B heirs of 278 74 

Hovey, William 89 23 

Hovey, William B 96 21 

Howard, P Maicom 46 93 

Howe, Avery F 39 23 

Howe, Tyler 36 15 

Hyde, Edward - 76 96 

Jennings John D 26 14 

Jennings, Richard 32 34 

Jacobs, Sarah 26 95 

Jewell & Fowler 30 80 

Jones, Benjamin 52 32 

Jones, Charles L 33 84 
Jones, Charles L & 

Co M 242 55 
Jones, Wm R 28 45 
Kelly, Amasa S 28 54 
Kelly, Daniel 31 53 
Kemp, Lysander 26 14 
Kendrick, Rufus 40 00 
Kennedy, Artemas 99 29 
Kershaw, Robert 39 23 
Kidder, Daniel T 93 90 
Kimball, Charles A 100 06 
King, George W 45 39 
Lamson, Rufus 240 20 
Lane, Martin 51 55 
Learned, Lucius S 141 64 
Leeds, Daniel D 30 76 
Lishman, John 37 69 
Litchfield, Allen 32 30 
Litchfield, Roland jr 42 31 
Little, Edward P 43 85 
Livermore, George W 38 46 
Livermore, G W guar- 
dian 86 24 



Livermore, Isaac 658 31 

Livermore, John 45 39 

Livermore, Josiah T 147 80 
Livermore, N & Son 204 82 
Livermore, Nathaniel 35 38 
Locke, Amos C 28 45 

Lovejoy, Joseph C 40 00 
Luke, Elijah H 61 56 

Lum, Isaac 106 22 

Manson, Eben 132 40 

Manson, Nathaniel G 86 20 
Manson, F heirs of 32 34 
Magoon, Aaron B 25 37 

Marsh, Charles A 48 47 

Mason, Fisk & others 35 42 



Mason, John W 


50 05 


Mason, Josiah, heirs 




ol 


87 78 


Mason, J W heirs of 


32 43 


Mason, Louisa, heirs 




of 


63 14 


Mason, Mary D 


46 29 


Mason, Mary S 


34 65 


Mason, Wm A 


89 28 


Mason, Wm F 


40 04 


Mason, Walter R 


96 25 


McClure, John, heirs 




of 


29 26 


McClure, Charles F 


112 38 


McGeoch, Alexander 


52 32 


Mclntire, Joseph 


40 81 


Melledge, James P 


378 03 


Mellen, James 


59 25 


Meria-m, Joseph N 


54 69 


Merrill, Warren J 


359 55 


Messer, Stillman 


26 91 


Miller, John, heirs of 


46 20 


Miller, Nancy 


43 14 


Miller, Stephen 
Miekell, Thomas 


25 37 


51 55 


Morris, B G 


33 84 


Morse, Asa P 


124 70 


Morse, Calvin 


63 10 


Murdock, Asa 


397 23 


Murdock, Davis and 




Lamson 


50 05 


Murdock, Robert 


91 59 


Murphy, Daniel 


54 63 


Nav, Samuel F 


60 79 


Newell, Timothy 


79 27 



LIST OF TAX PAYERS IN CAMBRIDGE. 



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Newmarch, Joseph 58 48 

Nourse, Benjamin F 48 47 

Nudd, Jacob 76 96 

Ordway, Aaron 192 46 

Osborn, Dalphon 155 50 

Osborn, Jesse 35 38 

Page William 66 95 

Pa^e, George G 97 75 

Paige, Lucius R 60 02 

Paige, Ellen S 66 22 

Palmer, John K 57 71 

Palmer, Samuel 36 92 

Parker, Joseph W 38 50 

Peirce, Roger N 66 95 

Pearson, John D 35 38 

Penrhyn Marble Co 84 70 

Phillips, James 32 30 

Pike, James 28 45 

Pollard, John S 63 10 

Pond, Zebiah R 79 31 

Quimby, Gilman M 45 39 

Raymond, Z L 86 20 

Read, Alexander H 157 81 
Read, Joseph S heirs 

of 34 65 

Renomick, John 59 25 

Rhoades, Silas 53 86 

Rice, Thomas G 40.00 

Rice, Aaron 196 31 

Richards, Betsey 30 80 

Richards, Daniel H 76 96 

Richards, Eben 115 46 
Richardson, Charles B 28 45 
Richardson, George C238 66 

Richardson, Josiah 101 60 

Ricker, J & M 115 50 

Rivers, Isaac 38 46 

Roaf, Robert N 40 00 

Rollins, Amos P 38 46 

Rugg, Josiah N 53 09 

Rupp, Helen F 38 50 

Ryder, Enoch 50 78 

SafTord, Aaron H 59 25 

Sampson, Wm P 40 00 

Sanders, Samuel ■ 78 59 

Sargent, John 49 24 

Scudder, Alexander 50 01 

Shaw, Lewis 104 30 

Short, Elizabeth 30 80 

Shepard, Samuel P 28 45 



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Simonds, Joseph 36 15 

Slack, Lewis 40 00 

Smith, Alva C 33 07 

Smith, Amos 29 99 

Smith, Green 29 99 

Smith, James 157 04 

Smith, Joseph C 56 17 

Smith, Joshua B 29 79 

Smith, M L & Co 63 14 

Smith, Nelson 56 92 

Smith, Samuel 66 95 

Snow, Ambrose 26 91 

Snow, Eben 66 95 

Snow, H L 26 91 

Snow, William 27 68 

Sparrow, Susan 47 74 

Spencer, Hosea 133 94 

Stevens, Edwin A 27 68 

Stafford, Thomas 36 15 

St Clair, John M 154 78 

Stearns, A A Mrs 52 36 

Stedman, V R 33 07 

Stone, Daniel 49 24 

Stone, John 43 85 

Stone, P R L 149 34 

Stone, William F 140 10 

Stratton, Ira 505 08 

Studley, Joseph 76 96 

Sortell & Co 38 50 

Tapley, Henry M _ 40 00 
Tarbell, Sampson, heirs 

of 32 34 

Tarbox, Joseph K 73 88 

Tandy, James 26 14 

Tarbell, Wm,G 50 76 

Teel, Edward L 25 37 

Teel, Samuel P jr 38 46 

Thayer, Henry & Co 28 49 

Thayer, JH&JP 59 28 

Theiry, Charles L 32 30 

Thurston & Torry 62 37 

Thwing, Gardner H 55 40 

Thwing, James 42 31 

Tilton, Benjamin 217 10 

Todd, Charles 70 80 

Tower, Levi L 39 23 

Tucker, Hiram 40 00 

Tufts, Charles 100 06 

Turner, Harriet 27 72 
Valentine,Charles Mfs 10680 



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LIST OF TAX PATERS VX CAMBRIDGE. 



Valentine, Lawson 51 55 
Vandine, Henry 78 50 

Vandine & Richardson 33 50 
Vinal, Albert 104 63 

Waite, Charles 190 15 

Ware, JFW 75 42 

Warren, Moses 55 50 

Warren, Moses & Co 514 36 
Way, Alanson 26 14 

Ward, Henry B 124 70 

Webber, Norman A 59 25 
Welch, Benjamin 73 11 

Wetherbee, Jeremiah 45 39 
Wellington, Joseph V 56 15 
Wellington, W W 51 55 

Wellington & Wade 33 50 
Wells, F. heirs of 42 35 



I Wheeler, Lewis 
Whiting, Hosea 
! Whitney. Edward T 
I Whitney, C. heirs of 
! Whittemore, Geo W 
! Whittemore, Thomas 
; Whitton, John P 
Wigsrin, Ira W 
Williams, J M S 
Winn, Elizabeth 
J Wood, Charles 
! Woodward. Samuel, 

heirs of - 

' Woodman, Charles 

Work, Thomas 
i Wright, Ward E 
I Young, Henry W 



43 85 


41 54 


31 53 


40 81 


109 30 


376 40 


40 00 


43 85 


317 20 


29 26 


182 84 


52 3$ 


28 45 


23 45 


66 95 


23 45 



NON-RESIDENTS. 



Arnold, Leonard 43 89 
Babcock, Rufus 34 65 
Baldwin, Jacob 26 95 
Bell & Tyler 80 85 
Binney, A. heirs of 441 98 
Bosworth, H & J S 194 04 
Brimmer, Elisha O 46 20 
Brimmer, M heirs of 36 96 
Brikley, Robert 30 80 
Bridges, Albert 49 28 
Brooks, Luke 200 20 
Burditt, Henry 50 82 
Cate, Norman S 46 20 
Clapp, Joshua D 34 65 
Curtis, ThomaS B 34 65 
Dalrymple & Leonard 40 04 
Dana, Elizabeth B0 85 
Dana, Richard H 37 73 
Dana, Sara A 210 98 
Doe, James M 308 00 
Eaton, Frances Augus- 
tus Mrs 37 73 
Ferren, Stephen N 30 39 
Fairbanks, Dexter 63 53 
French, George 30 SO 
Hancock, John jr 36 69 



Hastings, Edmund T 341 ll 
Herring, J M heirs of 111 65 
Homer & Sprague 30 89 
Houghton, Amory 177 10 
Hubbard, Wm J trus- 
tee 107 80 
Inches, Henderson ' 34 65 
Kingsley, Lyman 154 00 
Luke, James 61 60 
Otis, Theodore agent 202 51 
Parker, Richard 26 95 
Pettee, Jesse P 29 26 
Pool, Fitch 53 90 
Richardson, G B & Co 121 66 
Rogers, George M 35 42 
Rogers, John & Son 45 43 
Russell, James 52 36 
Slater, Perley R 26 95 
Smith, Ebenezer 46 20 
Southard, Zebeon 30 SO 
Upham, Henry 30 SO 
Varney & Hill 46 20 
Watson, Abraham A 133 69 
Whitney, Nathaniel D 30 SO 
Whittier, Wm H 30 SO 
Wilkinson, Arthur 123 20 



Adams, J F 

Bay State Glass Co 



WARD III. 

Bailey, Thomas H 



42 31 
200 20 



47 40 
Bartlett, Brown & Co 33 50 



LIST OF TAX PAYEES IN CAMBRIDGE. 



Bennett, Joseph L 66 18 
Bennett, Wilder 43 85 
Betterson, E W 60 02 
Binney, Barnabas ' 56 94 
Bigelow, Henry A 26 14 
Boynton, John L 58 48 
Brazee, Morton P 151 65 
Brine, William 33 07 
Buck, Silas B 127 78 
Buttrick & Aspinwall 169 40 
Burdakin, J C 52 71 
Clarke, Moses C 57 71 
Cokley, TJiomas 32 30 
Colby, Benjamin 26 14 
Cook, Benjamin 63 10 
Chaffee, K S 155 50 
Dailey, William 26 14 
Dailey & Holmes 26 95 
Dailey, Uriah J 66 95 
Dana, Thomas 160 12 
Doe, Hazleton & Co 100 10 
Donallan, John W 26 91 
Donough, James 30 76 
Dooley, James 70 03 
Dooris, John heirs of 61 60 
Dormer, Benjamin 33 07 
Dowlin, Martin C 27 60 
Draper & Sheriff 77 00 
Draper, Francis 443 48 
Draper, Daniel A 30 76 
Evans, Richard 43 85 
Flint, David B 32 30 
Fifieldj George W 33 84 
Folsom, Charles D 27 68 
Gilson, H Y 53 09 
Goss, Abiel 62 33 
Granger, Patrick 55 40 
Grant, Job N 59 25 
Green, Samuel S 55 40 
Greene, Sarah and Har- 
riet 84 70 
Hadley, N J 29 22 
Hall, Franklin 37 69 
Hall, Jesse 147 80 
Hall, W A & C 25 41 
Hall, Jesse & Sons 1104.18 
Hall, Lewis 49 24 
Hall, Wm-A 42 41 
Hall & Houghton 42 35 
Hamlett, Alvin 25 37 



Harvey & Burton 32 34 
Hastings, Joseph S . 96 98 
Hastings & Welling- 
ton 100 10 
Hastings, T N 47 70 
Hastings, T & Co 54 67 
Hastings, Thomas 786 13 
Hayden, Caleb 192 46 
Hughes, Alexander 50 01 
Hovey, Horatio N 129 32 
Hills, Henry S 63 10 
Holland, Frederic W 66 18 
Hooker, Anson 167 82 
Jewett, James 28 45 
Jones, Andrew 126 24 
Jones, Justin 32 30 
Kennerston, R C heirs 

of 33 11 

Kenney, M C 65 80 

Kenney & Peirce 27 72 
King, Samuel heirs of 30 80 

Kingsley, Henry 26 95 

Knight, Joseph R 33 84 

Ladd, John S 120 08 

Langley, John O 72 34 

Leighton, John H 51 55 

Libbey, F F & S H 47 74 

Lockhardt, David 26 91 

Loring, John W 49 24 

Magoun, Joseph 76 96 

Marrett, Lorenzo 32 30 

McElroy, Daniel 26 91 

Mclntyre, Ebenezer 32 30 

Mead, Jacob 45 39 

Merrill, Lewis F 26 14 

Mitchell, George L 35 38 

Moody, D B 59 25 

Munroe, William A 84 66 

Murtaugh, Daniel 40 77 

Needham, Wm W 245 58 
New Eng Glass Co 1701 70 

Newhall, George 302 57 

Noble, N K 39 23 

Noyes, Henry 7Q 50 

Palmer, John 123 93 

Parker, Samuel 637 52 

Parmenter, William 55 40 

Peaslee, Charles 106 99 

Pettingill, Wm H 40 00 

Proudfoot, William 34 51 



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LIST OF TAX TAYERS IN CAMBRIDGE. 



Harrington, John 
Reed, Enos 
Reed, Lucinda 
Reed, Stephen 
Regal, Victor 
Rice, George M 
Rindge, Daniel 
Rindge, S&M 
Rindge, Samuel B 
Robinson, Joel 
Scudder, Harvey 
Searles, John 
Shaffenburg, Peter 

heirs of 
Sheriff & Brazee 
Slocomb & Dana 
Slocomb, Samuel 
Smallidge, S heirs of 
Spare, Elijah jr 
Stearns, Amos F 



33 84 


73 50 


43 12 


117 00 


32 30 


28 45 


26 91 


43 89 


80 04 


117 00 


63 10 


26 14 


30 80 


63 10 


164 01 


138 56 


26 18 


73 11 


41 54 



Stevens, Atherton H 56 94 

Stevens, George 106 99 

Stevenson, David 34 61 

Stickney, F H 80 04 
Stratton, Sheriff & Co 122 43 

Tavlor, John 94 67 

Tibbetts, Israel 82 35 

Train, Edmund 91 51 

Underwood, Peter 36 15 

Wallace, Samuel jr 53 09 
Watson, Nathaniel 

heirs of 130 90 

Welch, Walter 97 75 

Welch, Hiram 29 22 
Wellington, J C & Co 249 10 

Wheeler, Elijah 29 99 
White, Sewall, heirs 

of 46 20 

Wright, Lydia 27 72 

Wyman, William 120 85 



NON-RESIDENTS. 



Binney, Amos heirs 

of 635 35 

Boston & Lowell R R 

Co 2695 00 

Boston & Maine R R 

Co 577 50 

Boynton, Wm 267 19 

Boynton, Edmund 77 00 

Brooks, Luther, heirs 

of 165 55 

Brooks, Sarah, heirs 

of 46 20 

Cambridge Wharf Co 154 00 
Cate, N S 46 20 

Clark, Chester 61 60 

Fiske, Isaac 65 45 

FitzDatrick, John B 38 50 
Flint, David B 26 95 

Griswold, Albert 30 80 

Hodgman, Joseph B 26 95 
Houghton, Amory & 

Co 84 70 

Jarvis & Munroe 77 00 

Jenkins, Thomas 30 80 

Lambert, H & Co 26 95 

Lane, John D 55 44 



Leighton, Thomas 34 65 
Lincoln, Charles, heirs 

of 26 18 

Merriam, John A 25 41 

Munroe, Edmund 840 84 

Munroe, Jonas 113 96 

Read, Wm C 34 65 

Rogers, Wm S 303 38 

Sanborn & Co 238 70 

Sherman, A P 92 40 

Sheriff, John L 69 30 

Shorey, John R 60 83 

Slain, Patrick F 92 40 

Smith, Wm L 26 95 

Stratton & Sheriff 38 50 

Squires, John P 134 75 

Tufts, Charles 38 50 

Vogal, Adam 26 95 

Warner, John 30 80 

Wheatland, George 177 10 

Wheeler, Jonathan 61 60 
Winchester, E A & W 924 00 
Winchester, S heirs 

of 361 90 

Wyman, James 32 34 

Warren, Henry 33 50 



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STREETS, COURTS, LANES, AND PLACES, 

IN THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Allen, from North Avenue to Orchard. 

Allston, from Pearl to Charles. 

Amory, from Broadway to Hampshire. 

Antrim, from Cambridge to Broadway. 

Appian Way, from Garden to Brattle. 

Arrow, from Main to Bow. 

Ash, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 

Auburn, from Brookline to Pleasant. 

Auburn Court, from Auburn to Watson. 

Austin, from Main to Inman. 

Avon, from Linnsean to Shepard. 

Baldwin, from Cambridge to Kirkland. 

Bath, from Mt. Auburn to the wharf. 

Bay, from Main to Kinnard. 

Beech, from North Avenue, op. Porter's, to Somerville. 

Berkeley, from Phillips Place to Craigie. 

Boardman, from Harvard to Broadway. 

Bow, from Main to Mt. Auburn. 

Bowdoin, from Linnaean to Harrison Place. 

Bowdoin Place, from Bowdoin to Avon 

Brattle, from Brattle Square to Mt. Auburn. 

Brattle Square, head of Brattle Street. 

Bridge, from Craigie's Bridge to Somerville. 

Brighton, from Harvard Square to Brighton line. 

Bristol, from Broadway to Hampshire. 

Broadway from Main, Ward II., to the Colleges. 

Brookline, from Main to new bridge. 

Brooks, from Magazine to Pearl. 

Cambridge, from Craigie Bridge to Kirkland. i 

Cambridge Square, junction Main and Western Avenue. 

Canal, from Washington to Hampshire. 

Cedar, from Spruce to North Avenue. 

Centre, from Hancock to Dana. 

Charles, from Harvard to Broadway, Ward I. 

Charles, from Allston to River, Ward II. 

Charles, from South Third to the marsh, Ward III. 

Charles Court, from Charles street, Ward III. 

Cherry, from Main to Harvard. 

Chestnut, from Mt. Auburn to Harvard, Ward L 
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STREETS, COURTS, *TC. 



Chestnut, from Pearl to Charles, Ward II. 

Church, from Harvard Square to Brattle. 

Clark, from Washington to Hampshire. 

Clay, from Kidder to Harvey. 

Clifton, from Kidder to Harvey. 

Columbia, from Main to Cambridge. 

Concord Avenue, from Garden to West Cambridge. 

Cottage, from Pearl to River. 

Cotton, from Harvard to Broadway, op. Hancock. 

Court, from Main to Charles. 

Craigie, from Concord Avenue to Brattle. 

Cross, from Main to the marsh. 

Dana, from Main to Broadway. 

Dana Court, from Western Avenue n Pleasant. 

Daniels* Court, from Hilliard. 

Davis, from Harvard to Broadway. 

Deacon, from Pioneer to Dock, near River. 

Dock, from Broadway to River. 

Douglass, from Main to Austin. 

Dublin, from Kidder Lane to Hailroad. 

Dunster, from Harvard to College wharf. 

East, from Bridge to Hall's Whaif. 

Eaton, from Pine to Cherry, near School. 

Elleiy, from Main to Broadway. 

Eliot, from Brighton to Mt. Auburn. 

Elm, from Harvard to Cambridge. 

Elmwood Avenue, between Brattle and Mt. Auburn. 

Erie, from Magazine to Brookline. 

Essex, from Main to Harvard. 

Everett, from North Avenue to Oxford. 

Everett Place, from Mt. Auburn. 

Fayerweather, fro:z Brattle to Vassal Lane. 

Fayette, from Cambridge to Broadway. 

Follen, from Waterhouse to Garden. 

Foster, from Lowell to Willard. 

Franklin, from Brookline to Putnam. 

Franklin Alley, from Cambridge to Gore. 

Fresh Pond Road, from Brattle to Fresh Pond. 

Frisbie Place from Kirkland, op. Quincy. 

Front, from Main to the water. 

Garden', from Harvard Square to brick-yard. 

Gardner, from Tremont to Prospect. 

Gardner Court, from Mt. Auburn, op. Story. 

Gore, from Bridge to Somerville. 

Green, from Pearl to Putnam. 



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STREET3, COURTS, ETC. 67 



Gerry, from Mt. Auburn to marsh. 

Hamilton, from Magazine to Sydney. 

Hampshire, from Broadway to Somerville line. 

Hancock, from Main to Harvard. 

Harvard, from Main to Harvard Square. 

Harvard Square, head of Harvard street. 

Harvey, from Cedar, into the woods. 

Harrison, from Main to Washington. 

Harrison Avenue, from River to Pleasant. 

Harrison Place, from North Avenue to Wright. 

Hammond, from Oxford to Somerville. 

Hastings, from Moore to Canal. 

Hastings Square, between Chestnut and Henry. 

Henry, from Charles to Pearl. 

Hilliard, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 

Holyoke, from Harvard to South. 

Holyoke Place, from Mt. Auburn to Holyoke. 

Holmes Place, from Kirkland to North Avenue. 

Howard, from River to Western Avenue. 

Inman, from Main to Cambridge. 

Irving Place, from Brattle to Foster. 

Jackson, from Kidder to Harvey. 

James, from Brattle to Mason. 

Jay, from River to Putnam. 

Kidder, from Spruce to the meadows. 

Kirkland, from North Avenue to Somerville. 

Kinnard, from River to Putnam. 

Lake, from Magazine to Pearl. 

Lambert, from Cambridge to Gore. 

Lambert Avenue, from North Avenue to Mt. Vernon. 

Lechmere Place, from North street. 

Lee, from Main to Broadway. 

Leighton Court, from East to North. 

Lincoln, from Windsor to Columbia, near Hampshire. 

Linden, from Harvard to Mt. Auburn. 

Linnozan, from Garden to North Avenue. 

Livermore, from Hampshire to Lincoln. 

Lowell, from Mt. Auburn to Brattle. 

Main, from W. B. Bridge to junction of Harvard. 

Magazine, from Main to the river. 

Maple Court, from Milk to Somerville. 

Market, from Broadway to Columbia. 

Mason, from Gardner to Brattle. 

Meacham, from North Avenue to Somerville. 

Mechanics' Court, from Main, n the bank. 

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STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



Medford, from Hampshire to Somerville. 

Mdlen, from North Avenue to Oxford. 

Montgomery, from Kidder to Harvey. 

Moore, from Broadway to Washington. 

Mount Auburn, from Main to Watertown. 

Mt. Vernon, from North Avenue to Lambert Avenue. 

Murdoch, from Garden to Hampshire. 

North from East to the water. 

North Avenue, from Harvard Square to W. Cambridge. 

North, First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth, from 

Cambridge, Ward III. 
Norfolk, from Main to Cambridge. 
Oak, from Cambridge to Somerville. 
Orchard, from Beech to Somerville. 
Otis, from South Second to South Seventh. 
Otis Place, from Mt, Auburn, op. Hilliard. 
Oxford, from Kirkland to Sacramento. 
Palmer, from Brattle to Church. 
Park, from Pleasant to Magazine. 
Pearl, from Main to the river. 
Perry, from Magazine to Pearl. 
Phillips Place, from Mason to Garden. 
Pine, from Harvard to School. 
Pioneer, from Broadway to Deacon, L. P. 
Pleasant, from Main to the river. 
Plymouth, from Hampshire to Portland. 
Poorhouse Lane, from Cedar to the swamp. 
Portland, from Hampshire to Cambridge. 
Prescott, from Harvard to Broadway, Ward I. 
Prescott, from Main to Harvard, near Lee. 
Prince, from Pleasant to Magazine. 
Prospect, from Main to Somerville. 
Putnam, from Mt. Auburn to Western Avenue. 
Quincy, from Kirkland to Main. 
Raymond, from Linnsean to Cedar. 
Reed, from Kidder to Harvey. 
Rice, from North Avenue to Cedar. 
River, from Main to Brighton line. 
Rockwell, from Pleasant to River. 
Russell, from North Avenue to Somerville. 
Sacramento, from North Avenue to Somerville. 
Sargent, from Kidder Lane to Railroad. 
School, from Austin to Harrison. 
School Court, from Brattle, near Church. 
Shepard, from North Avenue to Garden. 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



Shorty from Pleasant to Magazine, Ward II. 

Short, from Bridge to North, Ward III. 

Sydney, from Allston to Henry. 

Soden, from Western Avenue to Green. 

South, First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifths Sixth, and 

Seventh, from Cambridge, Ward III. 
South, from Brighton to Holyoke. 
Sparks, -from Mt. Auburn to Vassal Lane. 
Spring, from South Second to South Seventh. 
Spruce, from North Avenue to Cedar. 
State, from Front to Car Factory. 
Story, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 
Suffolk, from Columbia to Norfolk. 
Summer, from Prospect to Inman. 
Sumner, from Kirkland to Cambridge. 
Temple, from Main to Austin. 
Tennis Court, from Orchard to Elm 
Thorndike, from South Second to South Seventh. 
Tremont, from Broadway to Hampshire. 
Trowbridge, from Main, op. Putnam, to Broadway. 
Union, from Market to Hampshire. 
Union Square, North Avenue junc. Hampshire. 
Valentine, from Pearl to Brookline. 
Vassal Lane, from Concord Av. to Fresh Pond. 
Vernon, from Main to Green. 
Village, from State to Front. 
Vine, from South Third to Sixth. 
Walnut, from Pleasant to Charles. 
Ware, from Harvard to Broadway. 
Washington, from Main to Norfolk. 
Washington Square, cor Charles and Allston. 
Water, fiom Bridge to the water. 
Waterhouse, from Garden to North Avenue. 
Watson, from Pearl to Brookline. 
Webster, from Magazine to Pleasant. 
Webster Place, from Pleasant to rear of School House. 
Wendall, from North Avenue to Oxford. 
West, from Inman to Lee. 
Western Avenue, from Main to Brighton line. 
Willard, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 
Williams, from Pearl to Biver. 
Willow, from North Avenue to Somerville, Ward I. 
Willow, from Magazine to Pleasant, Ward II. 
Willow Place, from Cambridge, near .Windsor. 
Windsor, from Main to Cambridge. 



70 STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



Winter, from Bridge. 

Winthrop, from Holyoke to Spring. 

Winthrop Square^ cor Mt. Auburn and Brighton. 

Worcester, from Columbia to Norfolk. 

Wright, from Bowdoin Court to North Avenue. 

Wyeth, from Concord Avenue to Garden. 



Observations. — Having a blank space here, we may 
as well improve it to make some observations, to which 
the attention of our good citizens is respectfully invited. 
First, we have five instances of two streets claiming the 
same name ; and in one instance a favorite name is 
claimed by three streets, — one in each Ward, — evinc- 
ing, we think, a poverty in nomenclature of which the 
rich and intellectual city of Cambridge ought to be — 
ashamed. We hope that early attention will be given 
to this matter,, so that when we issue a new Directory 
we may not be forced to use so many of these " vain 
repetitions as the heathen do." Another evil is the 
want of sign-boards. A stranger cannot find his way 
in Cambridge without making frequent inquiries. Now 
we protest against this system of locomotive sign-boards, 
and insist that every street should have its name displayed 
in plain letters at the principal crossings. One year 
ought to suffice to work a reform in these things. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Abbreviations-- b. stands for cc business in Boston,"— h. for 
"house," — n. for " near," — cor. for " corner of," — op. for " oppo- 
site,"— bds. for " boards,"— L. P. for " Lower Port,"— Cal. for 
'« California,"— btwn. for " between." 

Abbott Almon, superintendent brickyard, h Sacramento 
Abbott Ezra, assistant librarian Harvard College, bds 

Berkeley cor Craigie 
Abbott George W., b (& Co.) commission merchant, 21 Cen- 
tral Wharf, h Harvard cor Prospect 
Abbott George VV., grocer, h Spruce cor Cedar 
Abbott Horatio N. machinist, bds 101 Cambridge 
Abbott John, b Boston and Maine Depot, h Fifth cor Vine 
Abbott John T., driver Un. R. R. h Green n Western Avenue 
Abbott Joseph, h 35 Brookline 
Abbott Joseph B., soap manufacturer, h Brookline 
Abell Samuel, b clerk, h Jennings n Brookline 
Ackers Sarah, Mrs., h 19 Magazine 
Ackers William H., printer, bds 19 Magazine 
Adams Charles J., deputy jailer, h Thorndike cor Third 
Adam3 Clement J., clerk, bds Mr. Bowen's, Fifth n Spring 
Adams Daniel S., b h Washington cor Clark 
Adams Daniel R., b watchmaker, bds Hancock n Main 
Adams Edith Mrs. h Hancock n Main 
Adams Henry K. b shipwright, Lewis's Wharf, h North Av- 
enue 
Adams Issachar, pedlar, h North Avenue n Rice 
Adams Jabez F. (& Atwood,) stairbuilder, h 71 Thorndike 
Adams John, machinist, h Gore n Sixth 
Adams John, gas-fitter, bds Mrs. Farwell's, Eliot 
Adams S. P. (E. Davis & Co.) soap manufacturer, h 60 

Cherry . 
Agassiz Louis, Professor of Zoology and Geology in the Law- 
rence Scientific School, h Quincy cor Broadway 
Agin John, currier, Court, h Fourth cor Vine 
Agin Thomas, laborer, bds Fayette n Cambridge 
Aiken Joseph M. charcoal dealer, h 47 Gore 
Aiken William, clerk, bds 47 Cambridge 
Albee Sumner, b attorney, bds Broadway n Prospect 
Albro John A. clergyman, h Holyoke cor Holyoke Place 
Alden Albert, b inspector custom house, h 73 Fourth 
Alden Elbridge G. b oil merchant, Broad, h Hancook 
Alden Harvey, laborer, h Harvard n Holyoke 
Alden Joseph W. b salesman, 272 Washington, h Webster 



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Alden Jonathan P. physician, h 7 Austin ■ 

Alexander William, restorator, Main, h 47 Main 

Alkin John, fish dealer, h Third n Charles 

Allanson John S. Mrs. h Linden 2d door from Harvard 

Allanson John S. civil engineer, bds Linden 

Allcott William W. b Suffolk Flour Mills, h 283 Broadway 

Allen Addison J. printer, h Short 

Allen Alexander, printer, bds 3 Harrison Avenue 

Allen Charles, shoemaker, h Main cor Pearl 

Allen Charles E. upholsterer, h Mt. Auburn n Everett Place 

Allen Charles H. physician, h Temple cor Austin 

Allen Ebenezer K. printer, h Green n Bay 

Allen Elizabeth W. Mrs. 34 Brighton 

Allen George N. printer, bds River n Auburn 

Allen Henry, plasterer, h 1 Vine 

Allen James, driver Un. R. R. h Watertown 

Allen James J. tin pedler, bds 57 Cambridge 

Allen James H. b tailor, Washington, h Inman 

Allen John C. (& Farnham,) printer, Remington, bds A. 
Willard's, Harvard Square 

Allen Jotham brush maker h 30 Gore 

Allen Mary Miss, carpet maker, Dunster 

Allen Mary Mrs. bds Temple cor Austin 

Allen Robert, glass cutter, h 11 Fifth 

Allen Samuel A. b clerk, h Market 

Allen Samuel P. Mrs. h 22 Inman 

Allen S. H. b registry of deeds, h Market cor Clark 

Allen Thomas, laborer, h 3 Foster Place 

Alien Walter M .carriage maker, North Avenue, op Porter's, 
h Beech 

Allen William, carpenter, bds 32 Gore 

Allen William, laborer, h Cambridge n First 

Allen W. H. B. b clerk, bds Market n Clark 

Alley Susan B. (& Johnson,) milliner, h 43 Cambridge 

Alliston James, printer, h Lee n Harvard 

Allison William, carpenter, h 2 Hastings 

Allston Martha R. Mrs. h 14 Auburn - 

Ambush James S. S. b hairdresser, h Washington n Main 

Amee John, b clerk, Franklin cor Federal, bds 3 Main 

Ames George W. city teamster, h 45 Washington 

Ames John G. carpenter, h Cherry cor Harvard 

Ames Seth, clerk of courts, h Oxford 

Ames Timothy, conductor Union R. R. bds Brattle House, 
Brattle 

Ames William, soap maker, bds 129 Bridge 

Ammidon Philip, Jr. b (William B. Merrill & Co.) house- 
paper dealer, Blackstone, bds 235 Harvard 

Amory Henry C. keeper Brattle House, Brattle Square 

Anderson Charles, cabinet maker, h 61 Spring 

Anderson James, carpenter, h Daniels' Court 



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Anderson James, bootmaker, bds South 

Anderson Matthew, carpenter, h Bowdoin Place cor 
Wright 

Anderson Sarah Mrs. h Garden 

Andrews Ferdinand, bds S. Noyes's, Austin 

Andrews Margaret Mrs. dressmaker, h School Court 

Andrews Eobert M. painter, h School Court 

Andrews Samuel G. proof-reader, Riverside, h junction 
River and Pleasant 

Annable Joseph D. (& Son, J. W.) starch manufacturer 
Brookline, h 57 Prospect 

Annable Joseph W. (J. D. A. & Son,) Brookline, bds 57 
Prospect 

Annis Joseph, ice dealer, bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 

Anglon John, laborer, h Clark cor Harvard 

Anton Aibel, block tin worker, h Otis n Fifth 

Apel William, cabinet maker, bds 22 Fifth 

Arcts Michael, laborer, h Clark cor Harvard 

Arkerson George W. rope manufacturer, bds Columbia op 
Suffolk 

Arkerson Leonard, rope manufacturer, h 69 River 

Arkerson William, h Park 

Armstrong James, gardener, h Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

Armstrong John, laborer, h Willow Place 

Armstrong William C. b printer, h 21 Cherry 

Armstrong William, hairdresser, bds Russell 

Arnold Charles, b cabinet maker, 4 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 

Arnold George, h 12 Howard 

Arnold Henry A. clerk New England Glass Works, h 37 
Spring 

Arnold Howard P. b attorney, 40 State, bds Main cor Han- 
cock 

Arnold John, laborer, h 82 Spring 

Arnold S. S. b hide and leather dealer, 82 North, h Main 
cor Hancock 

Asten John, plumber, h 3 Essex Court 

Atherton William S. conductor Union R R bds Norfolk 

Atkins William, laborer, h 71 Gore 

Atkins William Jr. box maker, bds 34 Cherry 

Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, h Appian Way 

Atwill John B. grocer, North Avenue n Baptist Church, h 
Elm cor Beech 

Atwood Ephraim, b clerk custom house, h 69 Thorndike 

Atwood James, grocer, Cambridge, bds Inman n Broadway 

Atwood Reliance Mrs. h Inman 

Atwood Samuel S. (Adams &) stairbuilder, h Cambridge 
op Seventh 

Aubel Antoine, machinist, h Otis n Fifth 

Austin Agnes Mrs. h Harvard cor Trowbridge 



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Austin A^nes Miss, h Appian Way cor Garden 

Austin Edward M. stone cutter, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 

Austin George, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's Second 

Austin Nathan N. b salesman, h Pearl n Cottage 

Austin R. T. Mrs. h Linnaean 

Averell Charles H. b hatter, h rear 58 Washington 

Averell Ezekiel, laborer, bds 121 Cambridge 

Averell Ezekiel, carpenter, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 

Averill Alexander M. clergyman, h rear Baptist church, 

North Avenue 
Averill Joseph W. office rear House of Correction, h 61 

Third 
Avery John, b h Broadway L P 
Axlam John, block tin worker, h Sixth cor Vine 
Axtman John, tinman, h Sixth cor Vine 
Ayer John, master transportation, Lowell R. R. h 61 Thorn- 
dike 
Aylesbury Lorenzo M. J. printer, h Hancock n Main 
Babb Nathaniel, carpenter, h rear 120 Thorndike 
Babbidge Levi F. milk dealer, h 55 Gore 
Babbit William E. (Whitney &) surveyor, office Gore cor 

Second, and Main cor Magazine, h Fourth cor Gore 
Babcock John, copal varnish maker, h Main n Athenseum 
Bacheldor Gideon G. pedlar, h Thorndike 
Bachelder Samuel H. block tin worker, h Otis 
Bacon Henry, mason, bds 95 Cambridge 
Bacon Leonard, box maker, h 128 Thorndike 
Bacon Warren, b 35 Washington, h Inman n Cambridge 
Backus George, dentist, office Main cor Essex, h 10 Pros- 
pect 
Badger Daniel, painter, h 43 Fifth 
Badger Thomas H. artist, North Avenue cor Everett 
Bagley Currier F. b dry goods, 166 Hanover, h 1 Oak 
Bagley Owen, laborer, h Bridge n Lowell R. R. 
Bailey Byron, carpenter, h Jay 
Bailey Ephraim P. (& Griffin) keeper Lechmere House, 

Cambridge junction Bridge 
Bailey George W. cabinet maker, h School cor Clark 
Bailey Isaac W. carpenter, h River cor Howard 
Bailey Isaiah, mason, bds Somerset Place n Magazine 
Bailey Isaiah, Jr. mason, h Magazine cor Somerset Place 
Bailey Jacob L. tin plate manufacturer, Cambridge cor 

Second, bds Lechmere House 
Bailey Thomas H. carpenter, h Sixth cor Spring 
Baird Lewis, machinist, h Rice 
Baker Benjamin, glass maker, h 79 Gore 
Baker Catharine C. Mrs. h Mt. Auburn n Bow 
Baker David M. omnibus driver, h 7 Harrison 
Baker James, b leather dealer, 2 Blackstone h Harvard n 
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Baker John, cooper, h Portland cor Hampshire 
Baker John H. b bookkeeper, h Rockwell cor Pleasant 
Baker Thomas, laborer, h rear Second n Gore 
Baker William L. baker, bds Columbia n Washington 
Baldwin Asa R. candle maker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Baldwin George D. b merchant, 10 & 12 City Wharf, h 

Bowdoin 
Baldwin James W. b City Wharf, h North Avenue 
Baldwin Joseph, baker, Cambridge n Seventh 
Baldwin Lewis, mariner, 14 Washington 
Ballard Joseph, cabinet maker, Brattle cor Appian Way 
Bancroft Benjamin, bds 35 Second 
Bancroft Charles L. b clerk, h Erie n Magazine 
Bancroft Edward, pedlar, h 53 Washington 
Bancroft Joseph H. b crockery ware, 121 Hanover, bds Har- 
vard cor Ellery 
Bancroft Lucille C. teacher Broadway Primary School, bds 

563 Main 
Bandle Henry C. b printer, bds Mt. Auburn 
Bang George A. b music printer, bds Windsor cor Market 
Bang Jacob N. printer, b 61 Cornhiil, h Windsor cor 

Market 
Bangs Allen, carpenter, Pine cor Washington 
Bangs Barnabas, b h Hancock n Harvard 
Bangs Charles, laborer, bds Reed's Tavern 
Bangs Isaih, h 241 Harvard n Prospect 
Bangs Isaiah L. (& Co.) barrel manufacturer, h Amory n 

Broadway 
Banks David's, b h Broadway, cor Columbia 
Banks Thomas S. gardener, Wyeth's Lane 
Bannan James laborer, h Windsor cor Medford 
Barber Dennis D. laborer, bds Main 
Barbour Alfred L. b clerk, bds 33 Franklin 
Barbour James S. b clerk, h 9 Ellery 
Barbour John N. b (J. S. Barbour & Co.) paper hangings, 

55 Cornhiil, h 33 Franklin 
Barbour William S. (W. A. Mason & Co.) surveyor, Doug- 

lass' Block, Main, bds 33 Franklin 
Barby Jacob, baker, bds 5 Essex 
Burnett George, cabinet maker, h Hastings 
Barker Edward, glass maker, h rear Winter 
Barker Joseph D. carpenter, Wright n Bowdoin Place 
Barker Joseph, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Barker William H. laborer, h Third cor Charles 
Barnes John, b Messenger Merchants Bank, h Bowdoin 
Barnes Polydore, printer, bds Watson n Pearl 
Barnes William, teamster, h Auburn n Brookline 
Barney Edmund G. b jeweller, 217 Washington, h Essex n 

I Austin 
Barrett Andrew, engineer, h Suffolk 
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Barrett George C.<bds Centre 

Barrett John, laborer, h North cor Short 

Barrett Michael, laborer, h Charles n Third 

Barrett Oliver, b piano forte maker, h Pearl n Walnut 

Barrett Susan P. h Centre 

Barrett Thomas, gardener, h Cambridge n Seventh 

Barri Alexander, piano forte maker, at Stedman's, Main 

Barri Thomas 0. varnisher, h School cor Clark 

Barron Warren, express wagon, h 140 Thorndike 

Barry Henry, b h Kirkland Place 

Barry Matthias, marble polisher, h Main cor Harvard 

Barry Patrick, laborer, h Sargent 

Bartlett Bela N. (& Brown) planing mill, h Otis cor Sixth 

Bartlett David C. laborer, h Essex cor Harvard 

Bartlett James, machinist, h Seventh cor Thorndike 

Bartlett John, bookseller, Harvard Square cor Brighton, h 

Holyoke Place 
Bartlett William B. dry goods, Brattle Square, h Oxford n 

Sacramento 
Barton William B. h Broadway junc Hampshire 
Bass Charles, laborer, h 112 Thorndike 
Bass Jonathan H. shoemaker, h Sixth n Charlei 
Bass William L. h 15 Auburn 
Bassett Ellery E. b artist, bds 38 Washington 
Bassett Parker J. J. hairdresser, bds Garden 
Bassford, Louis A. b collector, h 48 Essex 
Batchelder Eugene, b 42 City Exchange, Devonshire, bds 

Brattle n Ash 
Batchelder Francis L. b attorney, 39 Court, h Phillips 

Place 
Batchelder George H. printer, bds 350 Main 
Batchelder John M. civil engineer, b 39 Court, bds Brattle 

House, Brattle Square 
Batchelder Joseph C. physician, h River op Cottage 
Batchelder Charles, shipmaster, h Broadway cor Windsor 
Batchelder Julia A. Mrs. h rear Franklin 
Batchelder Samuel, b 42 City Exchange, Devonshire, h 

Brattle 
Batchelder Samuel, Jr. b attorney, 39 Court, bds Brattle 
Batchelder Sarah E. Miss, vest maker, bds Front cor Vil- 
lage 
Bate Charles, printer, bds Eliot 
Bate George, bootmaker, h Eliot 
Bate George C. blacksmith, bds 1 Eliot 
Bate Mary E. Miss, " Gill " at all trades, bds 1 Eliot 
Bates Betsey and Persis, h Garden 
Bates Charles, clerk, b 249 Washington, bds 61 Brattle 
Bates Charles W. clerk, 47 Cambridge 
Bates Erastus C. (Davis &) grain dealer, Main, h Williams 

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Bates Eliza Mrs. h 152 Green 

Bates Fletcher, b flour dealer, 50 Commercial, bds 152 
Green 

Bates George, b clerk, 51 Water, bds 61 Brattle 

Bates J. Henry, b clerk, bds 61 Brattle 

Bates Jacob H. painter, h Brattle cor Church 

Bates John S. (& Saunders) dry goods, Harvard Square cor 
Dunster, h Hilliard cor Daniels' Court 

Bates Rutharia, assistant teacher "Washington Grammar 
School, bds 152 Green 

Bates Sidney T. printer, h 7 Harrison Avenue 

Bates William, mason, h 61 Brattle 

Bates William, 2d, painter, bds Brattle cor Church 

Bates William, Jr. mason, bds 61 Brattle 

Bates William H. b last maker, bds 43 Cambridge 

Batlome Louis, cabinet maker, h Seventh n Otis 

Batson William, brush maker, bds 121 Cambridge 

Baxter Isaac, cigar maker, h Village 

Baxter Joseph, cigar maker, bds Village **' 

Bayley Augustus R. apothecary, Main cor Essex, bds 24 
Green 

Bazkman Frederick, willow basket maker, h Concord 
Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Beach George W. b merchant tailor, 136 Washington, h 41 
Williams 

Beals Henry M. Main n Bow 

Bean Benjamin J. box maker, bds 298 Main 

Bean Nathaniel B. laborer, h 2 Lambert Avenue 

Bean Simon W. b livery stable, h Short 

Bean Zelotes, driver Un. R. R. bds 1 Lambert Avenue n Por- 
ter's Station 

Bearnhard George, cabinet maker, h Hastings 

Beaver Charles, carver, bds 47 Gore 

Beck Charles, h Harvard cor Quincy 

Becker Alexander C. Mrs. h Broadway cor Prescott, Ward 

One 
Becket Richard, laborer, h South 
Becket William, laborer, h Brighton 
Bedell William, laborer, h North Avenue, n Porter's Hotel 
Beers Hiram S. b printer, h Broadway 
Belcher George G. sign and carriage painter, Main, h 62 

Essex 
Belcher George W. painter, h Daniels' Court n Mt. Auburn 
Belcher John, h Brattle cor School Court 
Belcher John A. restorator, Brattle, h Appian War 
Belcher William A. printer, bds School Court 
Belcher William H. driver Un. R. R. bds 1 Lambert Avenue 
Belding Sumner, b book-binder, h 50 Windsor 
Belger John, blacksmith, h Granger's Block, Bridge 
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78 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Bell George, laborer, h Willow Place 

Bell Joseph G. b jeweller, 220 Hanover, h Sumner 

Bell Robert, wheelwright, bds 93 Cambridge 

Bell Robert, glass maker, h Fifth rear Vine 

Bellam Alexander, laborer, h Winthrop 

Bellows Abby Miss, bds Main n Columbia 

Bellows Mary Mrs. h Main n Columbia 

Bennet Charles W. goldsmith, bds 68 Thorndike 

Bennet Daniel, b carpenter, h 48 Spring 

Bennet Edwin, painter, h Otis cor Sixth 

Bennet Wilder, mason, h 68 Thorndike 

Bennett Emanuel J. b cigar maker, h Main n Columbia 

Bennett Henry B. b varnisher, bds 5 Green 

Bennett James, driver Union R. R. bds 2 Eliot 

Bennett John, ink maker, h 5 Green 

Bennett Joseph E. b clerk, bds 115 Cambridge 

Bennett Joseph L. clergyman, h 44 Second 

Bennett Stidmon, expressman, 46 Brighton 

Benney Nathaniel, proof-reader. Riverside, bds Harrison 

Avenue 
Bent Newell, (M. L. Smith & Co.) wood and coal, Main L 

P, h Austin n Norfolk 
Bennink Gerrit J. carpenter, 44 Tremont 
Benson Henry J. H. hairdresser, h Cambridge 
Benson John, h Mason 

Bentley Chauncey, brushmaker, bds Third cor Cambridge 
Bentley John, hairdresser, 55 Cambridge, h Thiid cor Cam- 
bridge 
Bentley John H. clerk Register of Deeds, bds Third cor 

Cambridge 
Bere George, farmer, h Willow Place, n Cambridge 
Bere William, cabinet maker, bds Willow Place n Cam 

bridge 
Bergin Thomas, laborer, at Mr. Willis's, lit Auburn 
Bernard Antonio, glass maker, h 39 Winter 
Berry Benjamin F. (& Trull) sash maker, h 42 Brighton 
Berry Richard, stone cutter, bds Cambridge 
Berry Thomas, laborer, h Sargent 
Berry William B. stove dealer and plumber, 9 Brighton, h 

Howard 
Berry William, b publisher, 158 Washington , h Elm n 

Beech 
Berwick Lucy C. Mrs. h 7 Windsor 
Best Francis, printer, h Western Avenue 
Bettinson Edward W. glass maker, h 26 Second 
Bettinson William H. Sirs, b Hampshire n Tremont 
rieunke Le, cabinet maker, h 1 Brooks' Building 
Bibo Joseph, laborer, h n Spruce 
Bicket Margaret Mrs. h North Avenue 
Bicket William J. teamster, h Brighton 
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Bicknell Joseph G. b 15 Winter, h 24 Worcester 
Bieler Jacob, carver, bds 0. Holmes*, Main n Norfolk 
Bigelow Alanson, b (Bigelow, Brothers & Kennard,) jeweler, 

121 Washington, h 242 Harvard 
Bigelow Arathusa Miss, dress maker, h 5 Auburn 
Bigelow Henry A. dry goods, Cambridge, 62 Thorndike 
Bigelow Marshall T. (Metcalf & Co.) proof-reader, h 6 

Richardson's Row, Cambridge 
Bigelow Prescott J. b shoe dealer, 67 Pearl, bds Inman n 

Cambridge 
Bigelow Samuel, b commission merchant, Central Wharf, 

h Sumner 
Biggers Stephen, mason, h rear 17 Gore 
Bignoll Harriet Mrs. 156 Harvard n Columbia 
Binney Barnabas, collector, h 96 Otis 
Binney Barnabas, Jr. b clerk, Post Office, h 44 Gore 
Binney Benjamin, b paper store, 60 Kilby, bds 96 Otis 
Binney Lydia Mrs. h 113 Cambridge 
Binney Sarah L. assistant teacher High School, bds B. 

B'inney's 96 Otis 
Bird James, b grocer, 26 Long Wharf, bds 71 Prospect 
Bird William, b commission merchant, 26 Doane, h 71 

Prospect 
Birmingham John, stone cutter, bds 60 Cambridge 
Bisbee Josiah V. teacher, h Hancock cor Centre 
Bishop Hiram H. ladder pedler, bds 22 Fifth 
Bitzer Christian, b cabinet maker, 9 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Bixby Eben, box maker, bds Austin n Main 
Bixby Thomas D. superintendent "Water Works, h Gerry 
Black Robert, stone mason, h Dunster cor South 
Black William ice dealer, h North Avenue op Common 
Blackstock Frances Mrs. h 2 Broadway, L. P. 
Blaisdell David, carpenter, h Hampshire n Tremont 
Blake Andrew M. bookbinder, bds 54 River 
Blake Charles H. pyrotechnist, h 63 Washington 
Blake Darius, blacksmith, North Avenue n Porter's, h 

Orchard 
Blake Eliza Mrs. h 113 Harvard 
Blake George, printer, bds 113 Harvard 
Blake George F. engineer, h Spruce 
Blake George 0. b bookkeeper, bds Shepard 
Blake Hannah Mrs. h Garden cor Appian Way 
Blake Hepsey Mrs. h Shepard n North Avenue 
Blake James, hairdresser, bds Washington n Main 
Blake Joseph B. bookbinder, h 7 Green 
Blake Mary Mrs. h Washington n Main 
Blake Newell, b blacksmith, h Cambridge n Fifth 
Blake Robert, painter, bds Dana Court n Western Avenue 
Blake Thomas, turner, h Hastings 

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Blake True, brickmaker, h Wyeth n Concord Avenue 

Blanchard Benjamin, pedler, h 14 Austin 

Blanchard Isaac G. printer, Main cor Temple, h Short 

Blanchard Mary Mrs. bds 24 Green 

Blenkinsop James, b machinist, bds Harrison Avenue 

Blight William, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 

Blish Ariadne, assistant teacher Webster Alphabet School, 

bds Pleasant n Western Avenue 
Blish Lucia A. Mrs. h Pleasant n Western Avenue 
Bliss Edwin A. bread dealer, bds 49 Cambridge 
Bliss George N. b. bookkeeper, h 68 Fourth 
Bliss Henry P. b dry goods, 42 Hanover, h Broadway cor 

Amory 
Bliss Hiram C. H. b 19 Congress, h 92 Prospect 
Bliss Levi, b lumber dealer, h North Avenue n Everett 
Bliss William C. b (Bliss & Co.) fruit dealer, 2 & 4 Mer- 
chants Row, bds 34 Tremont 
Blodgett Alvaro, (Blodgett & Rhoades,) carpenter, 18 Wor- 

center 
Blodgett Elias, hatter, h 59 Third 
Blodgett Ira, teamster, bds 28 East 
Blodgett James, glass cutter, h 47 Gore 
Blood John, (A. C. Sanborn & Co.) granite dealer, h 

Charlestown 
Blood Jonathan K. machinist, h 47 Spring 
Blurnve William, blacksmith, bds Spruce 
Blute Bartholomew, laborer, h Cambridge cor Medford 
Blye Sanford, stone cutter, h Hampshire n cor Norfolk 
Boardman Andrew, trader, h River 
Boardman Charles, fancy soap maker, h 14 Worcester 
Boardman Charles, box maker, bds Mrs. Stone's, Elm 
Boardman George, box maker, bds Windsor 
Boardman James, painter, Cherry, h Washington cor 

Cherry 
Boardman John, soap maker, h Broadway n Davis 
Boardman John, teamster, bds Bridge, n P. P. Bridge 
Boardman Joseph L. box maker, bds Broadway cor Clark 
Boardman Sarah L. Miss, dress maker, bds 39* Columbia 
Boardwine George H. hairdresser, bds Somerville 
Boden Thomas, laborer, h Green 
Bogue Elizabeth Mrs. h Wright 
Bolles Frederick D. printer, h Main cor Hancock 
Bond George P. assistant observer H. XJ. h Garden 
Bond Richard F. b clock maker, Congress, bds Garden 
Bond William C. Director of the Observatory, Harvard 

University, h Garden 
Bonner John, lather, h Wright 
Bonney Eleazer, shoemaker, bds Bridge cor East 
Bonigue Louis, glass cutter, bds 57 Cambridge 
Booth Thomas, carpenter, bds Park 

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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 81 



Borden James, cigar maker, bds Irving House 

Bosworth Henry M. carpenter, h Cherry 

Bosworth Henry M. b clerk, bds 58 Lowell 

Bosworth. Hiram, (H. & J. S. Bosworth,) lumber dealer, 

Main L. P. h l 58 Lowell, Boston 
Bosworth Joshua S. (H. & J. S. Bos wortto,) lumber dealer, 

Main L. P. h Allen, Boston 
Bosworth Isaac, carpenter, bds Windsor cor Washington 
Bosworth Joseph, carpenter, h 56 Essex 
Boughton S. G. salesman, New England glass works, h 42 

Second 
Bourguignon Wantell, wood turner, h School n Main 
Bourne Benjamin M. b h 10 Hastings 
Bourne Joseph, glass maker, h Winter cor Fourth 
Bourne Robert T. (& Leavitt) b carpenter, 75 Charles, h 

Hampshire cor Union 
Boutelle Sylvia, milliner, h Fourth n Cambridge 
Boweo Charles, b broker, h Cambridge n Fifth 
Bowen Elizabeth Mrs. h Follen 
Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Natural Religion, &c. 

H. U. h Follen 
Bowen James, stone cutter, h Cambridge 
Bowen John D. harness maker, h Fifth n Spring 
Bowen Rebecca P. Mrs. h Sidney n Walnut 
Bowers John M. machinist, h 1 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Bowker Winslow L. b commission merchant, 5 Commerce, 

h Washington cor Cherry 
Bowman Francis, P. 0. box 113, Cambridgeport, h Somer- 

ville ^ 

Bowman Harriet C. Miss, dress maker, h Sargent Place 
Bowman Nancy R. h Sacramento 
Boyce Frederick B. b hatter, h Magazine n Walnut 
Boyd Samuel L. b (Boyd, Fuller & Co) dry goods, Federal, 

h 235 Harvard cor Prospect 
Boyd William, printer, h Franklin n Putnam 
Boyden James, cigar maker, bds 324 Main 
Boyer Marshall S. private watchman, h Seventh cor Thorn- 
dike 
Boyer Thomas J. mariner, bds Seventh cor Thorn dike 
Boyle Bernard, laborer, h 51 Gore 
Boyle James, laborer, h 107 Third 
Boyle John, pedler, h Charles Court 
Boynton Annie E. Miss, teacher Shepard Middle School, 

bds 0. Tenny's, Elm 
Boynton John L. omnibus proprietor, h 115 Cambridge 
Boynton Morris B. b provision dealer, h 55 Cherry 
Boynton William, lumber dealer, Bridge, h Charlestown 
Brabrook Ezra H. b 4 & 6 Union, h 298 Harvard 
Bracket Isaac F. b clerk, bds Prospect n Broadway 
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Brackett Charles W. clerk, bds Brattle n Appian Way 
Brackett Eliza R. assistant teacher Webster Grammar 

School, bds Magazine cor Walnut 
Brackett James, (Whitney &) furniture dealer, Brattle Sq. 

h Everett 
Brackett Joseph, sexton, h Brattle 
Brackett William H. carriage painter, bds North 
Bradbury Caleb, glass packer, h Gore n Third 
Bradbury Charles W. b clerk, bds Mt. Auburn n Ash 
Bradbury John H. b merchant, 29 Federal, h Mt Auburn 
Bradbury William F. sub-master High School, bds 35 Tre- 

mont 
Bradford Isaac, computor, 618 Main 
Bradlee Caleb D. clergyman, h Orchard 
Bradley Abraham, carpenter, h 11 Cherry n Main 
Bradley George, ice dealer, bds Wm. SnelFs, Bridge 
Bradley John, carpenter, h Willow Place 
Bradley Robert, laborer, h Green 
Bradley William, b teamster, h Broadway n Fayette 
Brady Hannah Mrs. h Short n North, Ward Three 
Brady John, laborer, h rear 145 Bridge 
Brady Michael J. baker, bds Mt Auburn n Brighton 
Bradshaw Aaron, b Central Wharf, h Erie n Magazine 
Bradshaw John, laborer, at J. Sparks's, Quincy 
Bradt Barnabas, blacksmith, bds 62 Cambridge 
Braman Charlotte Miss, tailoress, bds Maynard's, Ash St 

Court 
Braman Jason, b gas fixtures, h Broadway n Boardman 
Brannan John, laborer, h Winthrop 

Brannan James^aborer, h Summer n Pleasant, Ward Two 
Branner Christian, boarding house, Main n Harrison 
Brannigan John, laborer, h Dublin 
Braslan Timothy, laborer, h n Spruce 
Braslan William, saddler, bds Main L. P. 
Braslin Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Brasee Morton P. carpenter, Fifth, h 99 Thorndike 
Brassals Patrick, soap maker, h Pine n Washington 
Brasslan Owen, laborer, h Mt Auburn n Dunster 
Brassan Thomas, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 
Brassel Patrick, laborer, h Pine n Washington 
Brattles Edward, gardener, h Follen 
Brazier Franklin J. (Chaney & Co.) soap maker, Clark, h 

Broadway n Moore 
Breen Ellen, h Sixth n Cambridge 
Breen James, laborer, h Winter n Third 
Breen William, teamster, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
Brennan Dennis, tailor, h Charles n Fourth 
Brennan Patrick, cooper, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Brennan Timothy D. gate tender, h Harvard 
Brennan William, brush maker, h 98 Third 



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Brewerton George, glass cutter, h Sixth n Spring 

Brewer Isaac D. b tobacconist, 14 South Market, h Harvard 

op Davis 
Brewer Thomas H. provision dealer, Brighton n Harvard Sq 
Brewer William A. b (Brewer, Stevens & Cushing) druggist, 

92 Washington, h Brattle 
Brewster John, b (Brewster, Sweet & Co.) banker, 40 State, 

h Brattle cor Sparks 
Bridden Benjamin F. constable, h 39 Brookline 
Briggs Luther, carpenter, h Hampshire op Amory 
Briggs Walter D. b (Page, Briggs & Babbitt,) iron dealer, 

South Market cor Commercial, h Main cor Hancock 
Brigham Freeman, glass cutter, h 120 Spring 
Brigham Peter, h Windsor n School 
Bright Horace 0. ice dealer, bds Main L. P. 
Bright John J. ice dealer, bds Broadway House L. P. 
Brine Robert Jr. tailor, Cambridge cor Second, h rear Winter 
Brine William, tailor, 105 Bridge, h rear Winter 
Brinkley R. laborer, h 2 Hastings 
Brintnall John, painter, bds Woodbury's, Main 
Brock way Harris, glass maker, h rear 57 Gore 
Brohan Patrick, laborer, h rear 8 Gore 
Brohan Patrick, block tin worker, bds Fitzpatrick's, Gore 
Brooks Albert F. b clerk, bds Tremont n Gardner 
Brooks Cyrus, farmer, h Livermore n Lincoln w 

Brooks Elizabeth Mrs. h 4 Holyoke n Harvard 
Brooks Franklin, b leather dealer, h Tremont n Gardner 
Brooks Hiram, trader, h Norfolk n Harvard 
Brooks John, glass maker, h 37 Winter 
Brooks Matthew, h Harvard cor Clark 
Brooks Nathaniel P. clerk Bay State Glass House, bds Bos- 
ton 
Brooks Samuel B. b agent, h 68 Cambridge 
Brook8 Stephen, carpenter, bds 45 Cottage 
Brooks Stephen P. b 364 Washington, h Magazine cor Perry 
Brooks William H. b school teacher, h Harvard cor Han- 
cock 
Broughton William R. b discount clerk, Columbian Bank, 

h Harvard 
Brownlow Joseph, b expressman, h 74 School 
Brown Aaron M. stone cutter, bds SnelPs, Bridge 
Brown Albert, carpenter, bds River 
Brown Anthony E. hairdresser, bds Third cor Cambridge 
Brown Artemas Z. physician, h Webster 
Brown Benjamin A. b produce dealer, h Brookline cor Au- 
burn 
Brown Bernard, rope maker, h Elm 
Brown Catherine, washer woman, h Garden 
Brown Charles E. (Bartlett &) planing mill, Gore and First, 
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Brown Charles E. bds 35 Second 

Brown Charles F. country produce dealer, Main, bds 73 

Franklin 
Brown Charles H. printer, h Magazine n Walnut 
Brown Daniel, wheelwright, Palmer, h Appian Way 
Brown Daniel L. real estate broker, h Brattle cor Irving 

Place 
Brown Daniel S. b tobacco dealer, 33 Broad, h Norfolk 
Brown Edward, b commission merchant, h Hancock n Main 
Brown Edward A. cigar maker, h 5 Windsor 
Brown Edward H. b clerk, h 22 Tremont 
Brown Eleazer G. b organ builder, h Pine n School 
Brown Elizabeth, h Holyoke cor Mt Auburn 
Brown Enoch, shipmaster, h Oxford cor Sacramento 
Brown Francis, teamster, h Brhtol 
Brown James, laborer, h Mt Auburn 
Brown James P. b (Little, Brown & Co.) bookseller, 112 

Washington, h Putnam n Mt Auburn 
Brown John, tailor, bds Third n Charles 
Brown John P. Jr. pyrotechnist, h Spring cor Fifth 
Brown John, hatter, bds 60 Cambridge 
Brown John T. laborer, h 11 Hastings 
Brown Joseph, starch manufacturer, bds 1 Front 
Brown Joseph, cigar maker, bds 324 Main 
Bro-%n Mary Miss, h Winthrop n Winthrop Square 
Brown Mary Mrs. h Pleasant n Main 
Brown Overy, fish dealer, h rear 395 Main^ 
Brown Robert C. blacksmith, Main, h Pioneer 
Brown Roswell R. b clerk, h Orchard cor Tenny's Court 
Brown Samuel H. h 4 Harrison Avenue 
Brown Stephen D. real estate agent, 338 Main, h 73 Frank- 
lin 
Brown Timothy A. ice tool maker, n brick yard, h Spruce 
Brown Waterman, engineer, bds Reed's Tavern 
Brown William, real estate agent, Harvard Square cor Dun- 

ster, h 3 Bow 
Brown William, baker, h Medford n Somerville 
Brown William F. printer, bds Park 
Brownell Zebedee G. keeper Eustis House, North Avenue 
Bruce Abel W. dry goods, Main n Essex, h Auburn n River 
Bruce Charles, lather, bds Cherry n Harvard 
Bruce Charles W. dry goods, North Avenue, n Porter's, h 

Orchard 
Bruce Joseph A. grocer and fancy goods, North Avenue, n 

Porter's Hotel 
Bruce Joseph C. clerk, bds Auburn n River 
Bruce Thomas, engineer, bds Mrs. Young's, Gerry 
Bruce Timothy, stone cutter, h cor Fourth 
Bruisnahan Timothy, stone cutter, h Vine 
Bryan Edward J. b carpenter, h Sidney n Walnut 



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Bryant Benjamin, lather, h 78 Prospect 

Bryant John, constable, h Eliot 

Bryant John, machinist, bds Mrs. Buxton's, Harvard Square, 

cor Brighton 
Bryant John Q. machinist, bds Mrs. Buxton's, Harvard Sq 
Bryant Lewis, provision dealer, h Amory n Hampshire 
Bryant Sophia Mrs. h 78 Prospect n Summer, Ward Two 
Bryant Thomas G. b tin plate worker, h Willard 
Buck David S. expressman, h 12 Holyoke 
Buck Henry L. expressman, bds 12 Holyoke 
Buck John's, carpenter, h 50 Thomdike 
Buck Lucius A. paint manufacturer, h 52 River 
Buck Silas B. carpenter, h 60 Thorndike 
Buckingham Joseph T. h Quincy 
Buckley Daniel A. (& Wilner,) coppersmith, 374 Main, bds 

Main n Norfolk 
Buckley James, laborer, h Leighton Court 
Buckley John, tailor, h Short, Ward Three 
Buckley Michael, laborer, bds 136 Bridge 
Buckley Patrick, laborer, h Short n North, Ward Two 
Buckley Timothy, grease collector, h Willow Place 
Buckley William, laborer, h 6 Lechmere Place 
Buckpitt John, car-trimmer, h Harrison Avenue 
Buckpitt John, (Tendler &) paper hanger and upholsterer, 

Norfolk, between Harvard and Broadway 
Bullard Asa, clergyman, b 13 Cornhill, h Centre 
Bullard Caroline M. carpet maker, h South cor Dunster 
Bullard Charles, gentleman, h North Avenue 
Bullard Charles H. grocer, Somerville, bds North Avenue 
Bulger John, blacksmith, h Bridge 
Bullock Albert, b cigar maker, h Prospect n Garden 
Bullock William W. b Secretary Loan Association, 40 State, 

h Putnam 
Bump Nathan, h Portland 

Bump Stephen, tripe pedlar, h Medford op Clark 
Bunker Alfred, carpenter, h North Avenue n Linnaean 
Burdakin John C. provisions, Cambridge cor Fourth, h Fifth 

n Thorndike 
Burdakin Joseph, glass cutter, h 19 Sixth 
Burdett John D. G. b hat store, 147 Washington, h 4 Centre 
Burditt Mary W. Miss, h Dana op Centre 
Burgess William, (& Stevens,) box maker, at D. Osborn's, 

State, h 23 Cherry 
Burgess William De F. H. printer, bds 54 River 
Burk John, laborer, h Lee n Harvard 
Burk John, laborer, h Sargent 
Burke Adolph, brush maker, h Fifth n Spring 
Burke Barney, laborer h Pleasant 
Burke John, tailor, h Winter n Third 
Burke John, rope maker, h Sargent 



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Burke Richard, (Gal.) laborer, h n Norfolk 

Burkhardt George, artist, bds 10 Holyoke 

Burlingame Anson, b attorney, Old State House, bds Main 
cor Prescott, Ward Two" 

Burnett Lewis, laborer, h North Avenue op Common 

Burnham Sarah M. teacher Putnam Grammar School, 
bds 68 Thorndike 

Burrill George, teamster, bds 129 Bridge 

Burns Edward, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Burns James, laborer, h Medford n Somerville 

Burns James, laborer, h rear Vine n Fifth 

Burns John, stone cutter, h Bridge n Third 

Burns Lucy Mrs. h Suffolk 

Burns Michael, blacksmith, h 107 Third 

Burpee Eliphalet, teamster, h Columbia n Cambridge 

Burpee James, h Pleasant n Western Avenue 

Burpee Joseph E. mason, h Prospect n Cambridge 

Burpee Nathaniel, h Columbia n Cambridge 

Burpee Samuel, teamster* h Columbia n Cambridge 

Burr Lemuel, hairdresser, Lamson's Block, Main, h junc 
Hampshire and Medford 

Burrage Josiah, jr. (Stickney & Co.) lumber wharf, Broad- 
way cor Court, L P, h Prospect n Broadway 

Burridge Joseph (& Son,) grocer, Main L P, h Broadway 
op Boardman 

Burridge Joseph, jr. (Joseph Burridge &) grocer, Main, h 
Main cor Pleasant 

Burroughs Henry, trader, h Main op Essex 

Burroughs Leonard, produce dealer, h Columbia btwn Suf- 
folk and Worcester 

Burton Anson, brush maker, h 81 Third 

Burton Edward, b brass finisher, h 40 Fifth 

Burton Ezra, (Harvey, Burton & Co.) brush maker, bds 92 
Cambridge 

Burton Matilda R. Mrs. h 92 Cambridge 

Burton Nahum, Mrs. boarding house, 92 Cambridge 

Burton Robert, glass cutter, h 45 Spring 

Burton Warren, clergyman, bds Inman n Cambridge 

Bush Elizabeth Mrs. h Spruce 

Busnach Michael, cigar maker, h 14 Washington 

Busted Robert, laborer, h Spruce 

Butler David, mason, h River 

Butler Harriet A. teacher Carigie Alphabet School, bds 27 
Second 

Butler Jerrel, cooper, bds 91 Spring 

Butler Joel, organ builder, h 44 Spring 

Butler John, laborer, h Water 

Butler Martha Miss, nurse, bds Jacob Nudd's, Williams 

Butler Martha H. teacher Thorndike Alphabet School, 
bds 27 Second 



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Butler Patrick, baker, h Brookline 

Butler Patrick F. brush maker, h 91 Spring 

Butterfield Lucy Mrs. h Hampshire n Prospect 

Butterfield Thomas W. b printer, h Main n Columbia 

Butterfield William P. leather dresser, h Main n Windsor 

Buttrick A. Miss, h Bowdoin Place cor Wright 

Buttrick Edward K. b attorney, 1 Joy's Building, bds 

Kirkland Place 
Buttrick Ephraim, attorney, h Kirkland Place 
Buxton Benjamin Mrs. h Harvard Square cor Brighton 
Buxton Charles B. trader, bds Franklin 
Byard Edward, carpenter, h Brighton 
Byrne John, baker, h Charles n Fourth 
Byrne Michael, laborer, h n Dublin 
Byrnes James, ostler, bds Fitzpatrick's, Gore 
Byrnes John, glass cutt**, h 69 Spring 
Byrnes Patrick, laborer, h Short n North 
Cabot Charles H. brass finisher, h Leighton Court 
Cade Charles B. plumber, bds Worcester 
Cade Elizabeth Mrs. 22 Worcester 
Cade George L. grocer, 37 Main 
Cade William B. p< lisher, bds 22 Worcester 
Catalan Jeremiah D. depot master, h Main cor Washington 
Cahalan John, laborer, h 5 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Cain Mary Mrs. tailoress, h Pearl cor Cottage 
Cain Patrick, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Caldwell Almira Mrs. h 95 Cambridge 
Caldwell Christopher, teamster, h Short 
Caldwell Humphrey P. b furniture ware room, 85 Cam- 
bridge, h Harvard op Prescott, Ward Two 
Caldwell James A. butter dealer, h 5 Brooks' Building 
Caldwell Matthew, laborer, h Prince 
Caldwell Patrick, laborer, bds Short 
Caldwell Rebecca, boarding house, 104 Cambridge 
Caldwell Samuel P. engineer, bds 104 Cambridge 
Caldwell William, postmaster, h Harvard cor Ellery 
Callaghan John, blacksmith, h Main n Car Factory 
Calion Michael, laborer, h Hancock n Green 
Callahan Christopher, laborer, h 20 Spring 
Callahan Daniel, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Callahan Dennis, glass packer, h rear 126 Third 
Callahan James, clerk People's Union Store, bds 29 Winter 
Callahan Jeremiah, glass maker, 9 Winter 
Callahan John, laborer, h Sparks n Catholic Church 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, h Davis 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Callahan Timothy, laborer, h Dublin 
Callanan Jeremiah, laborer, bds Leighton Court n North 
Cailanin Patrick, laborer, h 6 North 
Callender Benjamin F. insurance agent, h Western Avenue 



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Callender Charles, b bookkeeper, State, h Spruce 
Callender Charles jr. teller Monument Bank, Charlestown, 

bds Spruce 
Callender Charles A. toys and fancy goods, 289 Main 
Callender Frances, dress maker, Melledge's Block, Main, bds 

Western Avenue 
Callender John, b clerk 48 Kilby, bds Spruce 
Callender Joseph B. b merchant 43 Pearl, h Mt. Auburn 
Callender Sarah B. milliner,*Melledge's Block, Main, bds 

Western Avenue 
Calnan Maurice, blacksmith, h Main n Car Factory 
Campbell Charles, laborer, h Vine n Third 
Campbell Edward, harness maker, bds Dunster cor South 
Campbell John, b jeweler, 24 Washington, h 18 Tremont 
Campbell John, bookbinder, bds Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 
Campbell John M. b tailor, h Coifcbrd Avenue n Catholic 

Church 
Campbell Sarah P. h North Avenue 
Campbell William, carpenter, h 5 Auburn Court 
Campbell Wilson, rope maker, h Spruce 
Cannell Henry, clerk, bds 52 Gore 
Cannell John, stone cutter, h 51 Gore 
Cannell Joseph, carpenter, bds 52 Gore 
Cannon John, daguerreotypist, h 111 Cambridge 
Cannon Jeremiah, laborer, h North cor Water 
Capell Thomas, carpenter, h Main op Remington 
Car Thomas, carpenter, bds Mrs. Buxton's, Harvard 

Square cor Brighton 
Carhill Hannah Mrs. h Perry n Brookline 
Carleton Clarissa Mrs. h 6 Holyoke 
Carleton George W. b confectioner, h Magazine 
Carley Elmira, boarding house, 32 Pearl op Williams 
Carlin John, tailor, h 115 Bridge 
Carlin Patrick, coachman, h Dunster cor Mt. Auburn 
Carlin Peter, laborer, h rear 128 Bridge 
Carlin Philip, currier, h rear 128 Bridge 
Carlisle James,, b shoemaker, h 59 Gore 
Carlock John R. watch case maker, bds 6 Green 
Carmichael Bridget Mrs. h 27 Fifth 
Carmichael John, laborer, bds 27 Fifth 
Carnes Patrick, grocer, h Third 
Carne3 r Mary Mrs. h Willow Place 
Carney William, b Blacksmith, h Cherry n School 
Carpenter Cyrus A. clerk, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Carpenter Darius, block tin worker, h 12 Leighton Court 
Carpenter Deborah Mrs. h Brattle 
Carpenter Hiram, block tin worker, h 129 Gore 
Carpenter Thomas, b cabinet maker, bds Harvard n Moore 
Carr Charles, soap maker, h 51 Brookline 
Carr Edmund, laborer, bds Mt. Auburn n Lowell 



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Carr Hugh, laborer, bds Fourth cor Vine 

Carr John, grocer, Washington n Main 

Carr Patrick, laborer, h Perrv n Brookline 

Carroll Charles H. b Elm, h 61 Otis 

Carroll Catharine, Mrs. h Fourth n Gore 

Carroll James, laborer, h Prison Point bridge 

Carroll James jr. machinist, Boston & Lowell R. R. repair 
shop, bds Prison Point Bridge 

Carroll Lawrence, clergyman, h Fourth 

Carroll Patrick, laborer, h Bridge n Fourth 

Carroll Thomas, hatter, h Vine n Fourth 

Carroll William, mariner, h Third cor Charles 

Carruth Charles E. grocer, River, h 62 River 

Carson John, laborer, h Foster 

Carson Robert, soap maker, h Watson cor Pearl 

Carten Mary Mrs. h rear Vine n Fourth 

Carter Edward, laborer, h 2 Prospect 

Carter Frank, provision dealer, Main cor Western Avenue, 
h Auburn n Pearl 

Carter George, glass maker and dry goods, h 51 Gore 

Carter George P. b bookbinder, h 21 Western Avenue 

Carter Hector, pedler, h Seventh n Cambridge 

Carter James, b h Main, L P 

Carruth Charles E. grocer, h 62 and 64 River 

Carter Luke, b 69 Water, h Main n Dana 

Carter Nathaniel, b merchant tailor, 24 Washington, h Har- 
vard cor Boardman 

Carter Robert, b editor, 112 Washington, h Sparks 

Carter Sarah V. boarding house, Harrison Avenue 

Carter William, glass maker, h 53 Gore 

Carter William E. gardener, h Linnsean cor Raymond 

Cartret Abigail, h School n Cherry 

Carty, Henry brass founder, h Willow Place 

Cary Daniel, laborer, h 7 Hastings 

Cary Jeremiah, laborer, h Brighton 

Case Lyman, b (& Dodge,) expressman, h Columbia n Wor- 
cester 

Casey Andrew, baker, h 2 Brooks' Building 

Casey Barnard, carpenter, h Hastings cor Moore 

Casey Cornelius, laborer, h 8 Lechmere Place 

Casey Edward, teamster, h Norfolk n Broadway 

Casey James, sexton and undertaker, h 80 Fourth 

Casey Jeremiah, laborer, h Cambridge n First 

Casey Joanna Mrs. h Cottage n Pearl 

Casey Michael, laborer, h 10 North 

Casey Patrick, laborer, h 2 Foster Place 

Casey Patrick, laborer, h 10 North 

Casey William, phial maker, h 82 Fourth 

Casnel Haskel, Supt. Union R. R. stable, h Lambert Avenue 
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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Cass Andrew J. L. b gas meter taker, h Front 
Cass James, laborer, h Fourth n Charles 
Cassidy Edward, glass cutter, h Gore n Fifth 
Cassidy Edward, gardener, h Prospect cor Austin 
Cassidy James H. b clerk, bds Prospect cor Austin 
Caswell William, fireman Lowell K. R. bds Wm. Snell's, 

Bridge 
Caughlin Frank, laborer, h Bridge cor East 
Cavanagh Dennis, carpenter, h Vine n Fourth 
Cavanagh James, gardener, h Harvard cor Ellery 
Chadwick Guy K. clerk, bds Second n Gore 
Chadwick Robert, gardener, h North Avenue op Common 
Chadwick Samuel, b hatter, h Hollis n North Avenue 
Chaddock Sturgis, b commission merchant, h 28 Auburn 
Chaffee Knowlton S. charcoal dealer, Bridge junction Cam- 
bridge, h 33 Second 
Chamberlain Alfred N. shoemaker, h Pearl cor Perry 
Chamberlain Andrew L. b grocer, h Centre 
Chamberlain Artemas W. watchman and constable, h In- 

man n Broadway 
Chamberlain George A. W. b attorney, 10 State, bds Inman 

n Broadway 
Chamberlain George C. b grocer, bds Centre 
Chamberlain Henry M. attorney, h Magazine 
Chamberlain James F. b silver plater, 104 Washington, h 

Baldwin n Kirkland 
Chamberlain Jonas H. b liquor store, Causeway cor Canal, 

h 98 Norfolk 
Chamberlain Nathan H. clergyman, bds Inman n Broadway 
Chamberlain Seth, b (Little, Chamberlain & Co.) dry goods, 

16 & 18 Federal, bds Austin cor Inman 
Chamberlain Samuel E. bacon curer, h 7 School 
Chamberlin Daniel U. hardware, Main, and Harvard Sq. 

h Magazine cor Walnut 
Chamberlin George, clerk, Brattle Square, bds Brattle 
(^Chamberlin John, h Brattle 
Chambers Elizabeth Mrs. h Hampshire cor Medford 
Chandler Edward R. hatter, h Pearl n Perry 
Chandler Elizabeth Mrs. h Short n River 
Chandler Ebenezer M. provision dealer, Main, h Amory n 

Broadway 
Chandler Samuel B. carpenter, h 38 Washington 
Chaney Sylvanus B. soap manufacturer, Harvard n Clark 
Chaney Thomas, (& Co.) soap manufacturer, h Broadway 

cor Moore 
Chaining Edward T. Mrs. h Quincy 
Chant Frank, coachman, h Garden" 
Chaplin Charles F. physician, h Austin cor Inman 
Chapman Albert P. b (Chapman, Lord, W T right & Co.) dry 

goods, 147 and 149 Congress, h Norfolk n Main 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 91 

Chapman Eunice N, school teacher, Spring cor Fifth 
Chapman Faulkner, carriage painter, bds Mt. Anburn cor 

Story- 
Chapman Francis L. carriage manufacturer, Brattle, h Story 
Chapman Harriet B. Mrs. h Brattle Square 
Chapman Nathaniel B. carpenter, bds Mt. Auburn cor 

Story- 
Chapman William, laborer, bds Cambridge cor Medford 
Charhew John laborer, bds North n East 
Chase Freeman, teamster, bds 6 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Chase Hiram L. physician, h Main n Hancock 
Chase Isaac, engineer, bds Wm. Snsll's, Bridge 
Chase James M. b attorney, 63 Court cor Cornhill, bds Ash 
Chase Jeremiah C. b ice dealer, h 72 Windsor 
Chase Moses B. chaplain U. S. Navy, h Ash 
Chase Reginald H. tutor in Latin H. U. Stoughton Hall 
Chase Samuel F. C. teamster, h Market 
Cheever Henry B. b clerk, h Harvard cor Norfolk 
Cheever Rachel P. h 33 Norfolk 
Cheney Susan Mrs. h 5 Medford 

Cherrington William P. b bookkeeper, h Third n Cam- 
bridge 
Chesley James, b commission merchant, h Walnut 
Cheslev William, mariner, h rear 11 Hancock 
Child Francis J. Boylston, Professor of Rhetoric and Ora- 
tory, H. U. bds Quincy 
Child Joseph, b sailmaker, 2 North Market, h Broadway 

cor Tremont 
Child Joseph jr. b clerk, bds Broadway cor Tremont 
Child Oliver L. bds Williams cor Pearl 
Child William B. watchman, h Williams cor Pearl 
Childs Edward F. pedler, h 2 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Childs John J. rope maker, h Short n Pleasant 
Choate Charles F. b counsellor, 1 Devonshire, h Oxford 
Choate Thomas, b bookbinder, h State n River 
Christie Gillanders, bookbinder, bds Murdock n Hampshire 
Christie Jane, Mrs. h Murdock n Hampshire 
Christie William, jr. overseer Union Railway Stable, Main, 

bds Mrs. Gove's, n Pearl 
Christian Tanguiy, shoemaker, h 6 North 
Church Abraham, laborer, h Hastings 
Cnurch Lewis, pattern maker, bds 95 Cambridge 
Claflin David D. painter, bds Tenny's Court 
Claflin James S. painter, Union Square, h Tenny's Court n 

Orchard 
Clapp Charles C. b music store, Cornhill cor Court, h Mt. 

Auburn 
Clapp Edward I. clerk, bds 0. Holmes's, Main 
Clapp Frederick, b (Daniel Cummings & Co.) wooden ware 
dealer, 42 South Market, h Magazine cor Franklin 



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92 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Clapp Frederick, jr. b bds Magazine cor Franklin 

Clapp Helen, assistant teacher Harvard Grammar School, 
bds Mr. Luke's, Norfolk cor Harvard 

Clapp Horace, mason, h Chestnut 

Clapp Lucia D. h 4 Richardson's Row, Cambridge 

Clapp William B. bds Chestnut 

Clarence Martha M. Mis. h Garden 

Clarence Martha H. assistant teacher Washington Primary 
School, bds Garden 

Clark Albert E. engineer, h Main n Pioneer 

Clark Alvan b (& Sons,) telescope maker, 9 Tremont, h 35 
Prospect 

Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons,) telescope maker, bds 
35 Prospect 

Clark Ambrose H. (Kelly & Co.) clothing store, bds Mrs. 
Holmes, Main 

Clark Bartley, laborer, h Dunster 

Clark Benjamin P. confectioner, Franklin, h 31 Frank- 
lin 

Clark Charles E. expressman, bds Woodbury's, Main 

Clark Chester N. (& Packard,) feather duster maker, Cam- 
bridge, h 65 Thorndike 

Clark Edward, laborer, h Dunster 

Clark E. P. h Mason n Brattle 

Clark Ferdinand E. hatter, bds 44 Norfolk 

Clark George B. (Alvan Clark & Sons,) telescope maker, 
bds 35 Prospect 

Clark Henry H. printer, h Mt. Auburn 

Clark Henry J. naturalist, h Shepard 

Clark Hosea (& Watriss,) wool dealer, Main, h Prospect cor 
Broadway 

Clark John, carpenter, h Dana n Broadway 

Clark John M. h* 32 Norfolk 

Clark Joseph, b carpenter, h 135 Gore 

Clark Lucien, bookbinder, bds Green n Putnam 

Clark Simon P. carpenter, n School, h 40 Cherry 

Clark Thomas, shoe store, h North Avenue op Porter's 

Clark Thomas J. b carpenter, bds 92 Cambridge 

Clark William, laborer, h Dunster 

Clarke Benjamin, carpenter, h 160 Green 

Clarke Charles H. b stencil and steel letter cutter, bds 160 
Green 

Clarke Douglass R. b bookkeeper, bds 80 Harvard 

Clarke Frederick, bds Orpheus Holmes', Main 

Clarke Gardiner H. b attorney, Traveller Buildi»g, State, 
h Follen 

Clarke Marianna E. teacher Dana Hill Private School, 

561 Main 
Clarke Marianne Mrs. h 561 Main 
Clarke Moses, physician, h 99 Cambridge 



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Clarke Robert D. b commission merchant, 3 India Wharf, 

h 80 Harvard 
Clarkson Alexander, glass cutter, h 51 Gore 
Clary Francis P. laborer, h Baldwin 
Clary Henry D. b clerk in Custom House, bds Brattle 

House, Brattle 
Clary John, laborer, h 43 Winter 
Classon Henry, carpenter, h Brighton cor South 
Claussen Peter N. shoe dealer, Brighton n Harvard Square, 

h Green n Bay 
Cleveland John, stone polisher, h 77 School 
Cleveland Mary W. Mrs. h Winthrop Square cor Brighton 
Clieve Patrick, marble polisher, h School n Main 
Clifford Edward, carpenter, h 10 Vine 
Clifford Willard, teamster, h Leighton Court 
Clinchey John, baker, h 4 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Clindinin William V. organ builder, bds 92 Cambridge 
Clingan James, shoemaker, h Sargent 
Clooney John P. b printer, h Second n Gore 
Clough Edwin A. b clerk, bds 115 Cambridge 
Clough John K. b bookbinder, Columbia n Worcester 
Coafney Catherine B. Mrs. h Short, Ward Three 
Cobb Franklin, b clerk, h 88 Harvard 
Cobb Josiah H. b grocer, h 13 Auburn Court 
Coburn Calvin, organ builder, h 118 Spring 
Cochlin John, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Cochran David, laborer, h Perry cor Pearl 
Cochran Henry, clerk, h 84 Gore 
Cochran Jeremiah, laborer, h Bridge 
Cochran John, b pianoforte maker, h 23 Washington 
Cochran John, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Cochran Luke, blacksmith, h rear Gore 
Cochran Richard, laborer, h Brighton 
Cocklin Timothy, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Codey Ellen Mrs. h North n East 
Coeara Edward, b printer, h rear 79 Spring 
Coffee Cornelius, laborer, h North n East 
Coffee Dennis, gate tender, Lowell. Railroad, h North 
Coffin Augustus, teamster, h Cedar n North Avenue 
Coffin Augustus A. b carpenter 52 Elm 
Coffin James, hairdresser, h Windsor n Broadway 
Coffin Patrick, porter, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Cofran Samuel M. brickmaker, h Concord Avenue 
Cogan Ellen Mrs. h rear Bridge 
Coggin Luther, expressman, bds Woodbury's, Main 
Cogswell Francis, Master Putnam Grammar School, 27 

Spring 
Cogswell Margaret E.h Harvard cor Dana 
Cogswell William S. carriage trimmer, bds North Avenue 
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Coine James B. b oyster saloon, h Fourth n Gore 

Cokely Catharine, Mrs. h 14 North 

Cokely Nancy Mrs. h Short, Ward Three 

Cokely Patrick, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 

Cokely Patrick, laborer, h Willow Place n Cambridge 

Cokley Thomas, dry goods, Gore, h Gore n Third 

Colburn Anfort, machinist, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 

Colburn Cephas, shoemaker, h Austin 

Colburn Charles N. clerk, bds Brighton 

Colburn George, b clerk, 33 Summer, h Dana 

Colburn Theodore, b architect, bds Ash 

Colburn Warren Mrs. h Ash cor Brattle 

Colby Benjamin, tobacco presser, h Fifth n Spring 

Colby John, carpenter, h North Avenue 

Colcord John M. b teacher Phillips School, h Harvard n 

Columbia 
Cole Charles D, b publisher, h Main n Hancock 
Cole James S. carpenter, bds Mallows', 364 Main 
Cole Jesse, laborer, h East n North 
Cole Seth, b printer, h Union 

Coleman David, carpenter, h Columbia n Somerville 
Coleman John, provision dealer, h 313 Main 
Coleman John, laborer, h Dublin 
Coleman Mary Mrs. h Willow Place 
Coleman Mark W. tin plate worker, h Otis n Fifth 
Coleman Michael, tailor^ h Columbia n Somerville 
Coleman Thomas, laborer, k Charles n Fourth 
Coll Patrick, wood turner, h Medford cor Windsor 
Collamore Theodore, sash and blind maker, h Clark n 

School 
Colley Benjamin E. b pianoforte maker, 484 Washington, 

k Fayette 
Collier Patrick, laborer, h Elm n Cambridge 
Collier Patrick H. glass maker, h Fourth n Winter 
Collin Peter, tailor^bds Perry n Brookline 
Collins Asa B. machinist, Lowell R. R. Bridge 
Collins Edward, well digger, h 102 Third 
Collins Elisha K. b dry goods, h Harvard n Lee 
Collins James, glass maker, bds 23 Winter 
Collins James, laborer, h 12 North 
Collins John, laborer, k Bridge n Prison Point Bridge 
Collins Jokn, laborer, k n Brick Yard 
Collins Josepk W. (Jokn Read & Co.) dry goods, Harvard 

Square, k Remington 
Collins Michael, laborer, h 8 Lechmere Place 
Collins Richard, laborer, h Brighton 
Collins Thomas G. carpenter, h Sacramento n Beacon 
Collock John R. watch case maker, Main, bds 6 Green 
Colman John, stone cutter, h Elm cor Hampshire 
Colman Robert, shoemaker, Harvard Square, k Boston 



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Colp Matthew, leather dresser, h 1 Brooks' Building 

Colton Hiram jr. clerk Eustis House, lNorth Avenue 

Combs Eliza J. b 47 Court, bds 62 Columbia 

Comer Robert, printer, bds 3 Soden 

Conant George H. conductor Union R, R. bds Brattle House 

Conant Harriet Mrs. h 35 Second 

Conant John F. conductor Union R. R. h Somerville 

Conant Levi, b (& Tucker,) City Hotel, Brattle, h Harvard 

n Dana 
Conant Stephen, musician, bds 110 Otis 
Conklin George W. printer, h Green n Putnam 
Conlan David, laborer, h Vine n Third 
Conlan John, laborer, h n Dublin 
Conlan John, soap maker, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Conlan John, laborer, h Sparks 

Conlan Michael, grease collector, h Columbia n Somerville 
Conlan Michael, laborer, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Conlan Nancy Mrs. h Willow Place 
Conlan Patrick, laborer, h 78 Fourth 
Conlan Samuel, soap maker, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Conley Barnard, teamster, h Garden 
Conley William, laborer, h Medford n Cambridge 
Connaughy Mary Mrs. clothing, h 97 Bridge 
Connegan Henry, brass founder, h Hampshire n Prospect 
Connell Anthony, painter, h Hancock cor Franklin 
Connell James, laborer, h Brookline cor Perry 
Connell John, laborer, h Perry cor Brookline 
Connell John, laborer, h Brighton 
Connell Lot W. painter, h 77 School 
Connelly Bernard, grocer, h Third cor Charles 
Connelly Daniel, laborer, h Main n Harrison 
Connelly Lawrence, stone cutter, h Bridge » 
Conner Elizabeth Mrs. h n Spruce 
Conner Cornelius, laborer, h Winthrop 
Conner Dennis, laborer, h Winthrop 
Conner James, gardener, h Elm 
Conner James Mrs. h 13 North 
Conner John, laborer, bds Winthrop 
Conner Lawrence, laborer, at H. Potter's North Avenue 
Conner Michael, laborer, h 10 North 
Conner Patrick, laborer, h Brighton 
Conner Patrick, laborer, h Spruce n Brick Yard 
Conner Peter, laborer, h Austin n Main 
Conner Thomas, laborer, h Sixth 
Conners Andrew, blacksmith, h Third 
Conners George, laborer, h Hastings cor Moore 
Conners James, laborer, bds Short, Ward Three 
Conners John, tailor, h North n East 
Conners John, laborer, h 28 Pine 
Conners Julia Mrs. h Lechmere Place 



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Conners Michael, laborer, h Ellery n Harvard 
Conners Michael, carpenter, h Sargent 
Connor Timothy, laborer, h Eliot 
Conroy John, laborer, h Ellery 
Conroy Keern, laborer, h Ellery 
Conton Edward, painter, h Baldwin Street Court 
Conton Patrick, carpenter, h Baldwin Street Court 
Convers Andrew, blacksmith, h Third 
Converse Adolphus B. box maker, bds Broadway House, L P 
Converse Benjamin, produce dealer, h Williams cor Maga- 
zine 
Converse Granville S. b glue dealer, 130 Pearl, bds Wil- 
liams cor Magazine 
Conway Catharine Mrs. h cor Fourth and 44 Vine 
Conway John, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Conway Martin, shoemaker, h 5 North 
Conway Thomas, laborer, bds 13 Winter 
Cook Aaron S. W. provision dealer, h 2 Prospect 
Cook Benjamin, painter, h 106 Otis 
Cook Ephraim, farmer, h Beech 
Cook James, lather, h Medford n Cambridge 
Cook John B. trader, h Union Square cor Maple 
Cook Josiah W. President Cambridge Mutual Insurance Co. 
Main cor Essex, h Williams between Magazine and 
Pearl 
Cook Mica W. provision dealer, Union Square, h Beech 
Cook Thomas D. constable, bds North Avenue n Alewife 

Brook 
Cooke Josiah P. Erving Professor of Chemistry and Miner- 
alogy, H. U. rooms Harvard Block, Harvard Square 
Cook William P. printer, h Sargent Place 
Coolidge At>iel, yeoman, h Clark cor Washington 
Coolidge Austin J. b attorney, 39 Court, bds Brattle 
Coolidge Charles, printer, h Green n Hancock 
Coolidge Charles H. brush maker, h 81 Spring 
"^Coolidge George, billiard room, Palmer, h Main n Bow 
Coolidge George H. pyrotechnist, h 6 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Coolidge John, carpenter, h 15 School Place 
Coolidge Joseph G. farmer, h Coolidge Avenue n Mt. Au- 
burn Cemetery 
Coolidge Josiah, farmer, h Brattle 
Coolidge Nancy Mrs. h 403 Main 
Coolidge Oliver S. turner, h Washington n Columbia 
Coolidge Stephen G. clerk T. P. Lernerd & Co. bds 0. 

Holmes', Main 
Coombs J. W. stone cutter, bds 121 Cambridge 
Cooney Patrick, laborer, h n Sparks 
Cooper Charles, soap manufacturer, River, h 71 River 
Cooper George P. starch dealer, h Magazine op Webster 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 97 



Cooper James, silver plate worker, h 49 Washington 

Cooper John, express wagon, h 45 Fourth 

Cooper Joseph, locksmith, h 3 Foster Place 

Cooper William, soap manufacturer, River, h 82 River 

Copeland Andrew J. hatter, h 82 Gore 

Copeland George H. tin roofer, bds Windsor cor Washing 

ton 
Copp George W. cordwainer, h Williams n Pearl 
Copthorn Matthew, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Corbett Thomas, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Corcoran John, laborer, h 16 North 
Corcoran John, laborer, h rear Court 
Corcoran John, blacksmith, h 6 Foster Place 
Corcoran John, printer, h Watson n Brookline 
Corcoran Thomas, laborer, bds Austin, rear A. Rice's 
Corey Aaron, h Temple n Austin 
Corkery Michael, laborer, h Medford n Somerville 
Cormack William, printer, h Green n Bay 
Cornell David, box maker, Broadway, h 33 Clark 
Corsey Robert, laborer, h 6 Hastings 
Corten John, laborer, h Gore 
Cosgrove James, stone cutter, bds 11 Hancock 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 
Costallo James, b expressman, h 67 Pleasant 
Costello Ann Mrs. h Hancock 
Costello Michael, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 
Cotter Edward, printer, bds Harrison Avenue 
Cotton Nathaniel, b commission merchant, h Plymouth 
Cottrell Adam S. lumber dealer, Charlestown, h Mt. Au- 
burn cor Story 
Cougheran Michael, laborer, h Columbia n Somerville 
Coughlen Thomas, laborer, h Dublin 
Coughlin James, laborer, h 15 North 
Coulman James, laborer, at Mrs. Carpenter's, Brattle 
Courtis Stacy, b 66 Hanover, h 73 Otis 
Covney Margaret Mrs. h Short, Ward Three 
Cowdin Levi F. h Mt. Auburn cor Holyoke 
Cowing Edward P. gas meter tender, bds 10 Holyoke 
Cox James, b printer, h Eaton 
Cox John, plasterer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Cox Leonard, Cambridge Laundry, Soden, h 32 Green 
Cox Leonard jr. clergyman, h 5 Soden 
Cox Michael, gardener, h Inman n Broadway 
Cox William, laborer, h Elm 
Coy Charles, machinist, h 36 Seventh 
Coy George H. engineer, bds R. Coy's, Bridge 
Coy Horace S. cabinet maker, bds R. Coy's^ Bridge 
Coy Richard, laborer, h Bridge n Craigie Bridge 
Coye William J. furrier, h Bowdoin Place 
Coyle Terrance, laborer, h n Dublin 



98 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Crabbie Miller, b liquor dealer, 26 Elm, h Elm btwn Broad- 
way and Harvard 
Crafts Georpe \V. bookbinder, h Brooklioe n Auburn 
CraSg Daniel, laborer, h Seventh n Otis 
Craig Thomas, rope maker, h Spruce 
Cragin Samuel, express wagon, h Seventh 
Crane Charles, b dry goods, Pearl, bds Main cor Pioneer 
Crane Elizabeth Mrs. h Brighton 
Crane Franklin, b clerk, bds Main cor Pioneer 
Crane Luther, b paper dealer, Spring Lane cor Devonshire, 

h 559 Main 
Crane John, grocer, Brighton cor Mt Auburn, h Brighton 

cor Elliot 
Crawford Charles, laborer, h Mt Auburn cor Brighton 
Creelman Isabella Mrs. dress maker, 24 School Place 
Crely James, blacksmith, h Brighton n Harvard Square 
Crilley Francis, blacksmith, h Cambridge cor Medford 
Crocker Phineas, paper-ruler, North Avenue n Spruce 
Crocker W. H. h 57 Cherry 
Crockett Josiah, Mrs. h North Avenue 
Crocroft Henrv, waiter, Mrs. Stewart's, Brattle Square cor 

Brattle 
Crowmley George, laborer, h 8 Gore 
Cronan Dennis, mason, bds West n Inman 
Cronan Jeremiah, laborer, h West n Inman 
Cronan John, laborer, h Brighton 
Cronan Timothy, painter, bds West n Inman 
Cronau Timothy, laoorer, h Granger's Block, Bridge 
Cronin Timothy, carpenter, h Antrim n Broadway 
Crosby John, laborer, h Ellery 
Crosby Joseph, baker, h Auburn n Brookline 
Crosby Michael, gardener, h Dunster n South 
Cross Daniel, laborer, h 127 Washington 
Cross Josoph, cabinet maker, h 62 Pleasant 
Crossman Edward L. b clerk, bds Broadway n Pioneer 
Crossman Lloyd Mrs. h Broadway n Pioneer 
Crowe James, carpenter h Fourth cor Gore 
Crowell Charles H. lather, h 42 Cherry 
Crowell Thomas H. gas fitter, bds Mrs. Smith's, Brattle n 

Mason 
Crowley Denis Joseph, printer, h Franklin n Bay 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, bds Dublin 
Crowley John, laborer, bds Dublin 
Crowley Timothy, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
Crowningshield Caleb S. (Willis & Co.) sofa maker, Bridge, 

op Prison Point Bridge 
Crozer Samuel, rope maker, h Cambridge cor Med 

ford 
Cubury George, bookbinder, bds Pleasant n Auburn 
Cuddy John, glass cutter, h Elm n Cambridge 



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Culleton Francis, laborer, h Willow Place 

Culleton James, laborer, h Willow Place 

Cully Andrew, stone polisher, bds Main op Car Factory 

Cumby Thomas, laborer, h Third 

Cummerford Sarah Mrs. h Willard 

Cummings Charles H. b (Cummings & Robinson,) flour 
dealer, Commercial, h 494 Main 

Cummings Ellen Mrs. h 33 Spring 

Cummings Franklin, b commission merchant, h Elm n 
Broadway 

Cummings James M. b broker, 16 Congress, h Oak 

Cummings John E. bookkeeper, bds Elm 

Cunningham Bridget Mrs. h Medford n Somemlle 

Cunningham George, printer, h Magazine n Walnut 

Cunningham John, laborer, h Green n Bay 

Cunningham James, laborer, h Antrim n Broadway 

Curby James, glass maker, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 

Curley Bridget Mrs. h Ellery 

Curley Hugh, laborer, h Bridge 

Curran Philip, grocer, Eliot 

Currier Alvin, glass maker, h Sixth n Spring 

Currier Charles M. baker, bds 336 Main 

Curtin Patrick, laborer, h Spruce 

Curtis Thomas, laborer, h 22 Winter 

Cushing Francis T. physician, h 259 Main 

Cushing Jarvis, car builder, h Front 

Cushing Levi L. bookseller, Harvard Square h Somerville 

Cushman Charles, b (Milton, Cushman & Co.) 10 Milk, h 
Main n Dana 

Cushman Emory M. b custom house, bds 32 Windsor 

Cutler Curtis, b bookkeeper, 67 Broad, h 53 Mt. Auburn 

Cutler Gecrge H. carpenter, h Sumner 

Cutler Isaac, carpenter, h Sumner 

Cutler Joseph, attorney, Lyceum Building, b 47 Court, h 
5 Richardson's Row, Cambridge 

Cutler Nathaniel E. clerk, bds Mrs. Mason 

Cutler W T illiam F. carpenter, bds Sumner 

Cutter Asa, blacksmith, h North Avenue 

Cutter Charlotte Miss, h Mt. Auburn 

Cutter Ephraim P. mariner, bds 2 Prospect 

Cutter George, carriage smith, bds North Avenue 

Cutter George, teamster, bds 129 Bridge 

Cutter George W. varnisher, h Essex 

Cutter Isaiah, engineer, bds 34 Cherrv 

Cutter James H. carriage smith, bds North Avenue 

Cutter James M. b stationer, 17 and 19 Cornhill, h Broad- 
way op Amory 

Cutter Leander jr." b varnisher, h 17 Cherry 

Cutter Leander, bds Essex 

Cutter Nehemiah, painter, bds Green n Pleasant 



100 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Cutter Peter, b 9, 10, 11, Faneuil Hall, h River op Jay 

Cutter Samuel L. h 2 Prospect 

Cutter Samuel L. jr. teacher, bds 2 Prospect 

Cuttel Thomas, brush maker, h Fourth cor Charles 

Dacy Julia Mrs. h Short, Ward Three 

Dailey Alonzo U. carpenter, bds 57 Thorndike 

Dailey Lewis L. farmer, bds 57 Thorndike 

Dailey Owen, laborer, h Windsor n School 

Dailey William, (& Holmes,) livery stable, h 66 Sixth 

Daily" Bartholomew, laborer, h North n Short 

Daily Catharine Mrs. h North n East 

Daily Cornelius, gardener, h Hancock n Green 

Daily Ebenezer, carpenter, bds 57 Thorndike 

Daily Francis, grease collector, h Columbia n Somerville 

Daily James, laborer, h Fourth n Gore 

Daily John, laborer, h Brookline cor Perry 

Daily Michael, b porter, h Charles n Third 

Daily Uriah J. livery stable, h 57 Thorndike 

Dale George, glass maker, h 56 Gore 

Dale James A. brush maker, Third, h 6 Hanson, Boston 

Daley Dennis, laborer, h Broadway n Fayette 

Daley John, mariner, h School cor Moore 

Daley Michael, teamster, h Broadway L P 

Dallas Alexander J. b clerk, bds Market cor Clark 

Dallinger Charles, hat store, Main op Pearl, h Magazine cor 

Cottage 
Dallinger Elizabeth Mrs. h Main L P 
Dallinger Jane, teacher Bridge Primary School, Pioneer, 

bds Main L P 
Dallinger William, b hatter, 37 Hanover, h Windsor cor 

Hampshire 
Dalton Christopher, laborer, h Otis n Seventh 
Dalton Daniel, glass cutter, h Vine n Third 
Dalton James, soap maker, h Pearl n Perry 
Dalton John R. laborer, h n Wyeth's Brick Yard 
Dame Jeremiah, carpenter, h Hastings n Moore 
Damon Joel, hatter, h 2 Kinnard cor River 
Damon Martha M. assistant teacher Harvard Grammar 

School, bds L. Conant's, Harvard 
Damon Mason, t> inspector custom bouse, h 51 Tremont 
Damon Warren, carpenter, h 99 Norfolk n Hampshire 
Dana Edmund T. h 5 Green 
Dana Elizabeth Miss, h 10 Holyoke 
Dana John B. cashier Charles 'River Bank, h Brattle cor 

Fayerweather 
Dana Thomas, b (Tarbell &) 13 Long Wharf, h Fourth 
Dana Richard H. b attorney, 42 Court, h Berkeley cor 

Phillips Place 
Dane George, box maker, bds Windsor cor Broadway 
Dane Joseph G. carpenter, h Columbia op Suffolk 



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Dane Timothy S. printer, h Columbia op Suffolk 

Dane Thomas, stone mason, h Cambridge cor Medford 

Danforth Cyrus, b dry goods, bds Linden 

Danforth George, painter, Brighton n Eliot, h Everett Place 

Danforth Hollis, furniture and job wagon, h Prospoct n 

Broadway 
Danforth Isaac W. b (George H. Gray & Danforth,) mer- 
chant, Purchase, bds Craigie 
Danforth James H. b (Emmons, Danforth & Scudder,) mer- 
chant, 31 & 32 South Market, h Brattle cor Mason 
Danforth Otis, shoe dealer, Harvard Square cor Dunster, h 

Linden 
Danforth Vilas, britannia worker, h. 84 Spring 
Danin Charles, h Short cor North 
Dannahy John, teamster, h Hancock n Harvard 
Dannahy Timothy, tailor, h Sargent 
Daniels Clark, cement manufacturer, h 391 Main 
Daniels Eliza C. dress maker, bds 391 Main 
Daniels Ephraim, silk trimmer, Gore, h 71 Spring 
Daniels Leonard L. carpenter, h South 
Daniels Michael, grocer, Harvard, h 6 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Dardis John, gardener, h Hampshire n Amory 
Darling Benjamin F. painter, bds 57 Cambridge 
Darling John, mason, bds Eeed's Tavern, Bridge 
Dasy John, cabinet maker, bds Hastings 
Davenport Alvan, h 166 Harvard op Elm 
Davenport Charles F. h Elm 

Davenport John, farmer, h North Avenue cor Spruce 
David Samuel M. b whip dealer, 8 Dock Square, bd3 North 

Avenue cor Everett 
Davidson Diana S. Mrs. h rear Garden 
Davies Benjamin F. carpenter, h Otis cor Seventh 
Davies George H. b inspector C. H. h 42 Spring 
Davis Abbott R. gun wad maker, h 37 Spring 
Davis Albert M. laborer, bds 57 Cambridge 
Davis Ambrose L. box maker, bds 298 Main 
Davis Charles A. cabinet maker, bds Mrs Molyneaux, Main 
Davis Charles H., U. S. Navy, h Quincy cor Broadway 
Davis Charles J. grocer, North Avenue, bds Maple Place 
Davis Curtis, soap manufacturer, Broadway, h Norfolk n 

Main 
Davis Edward W. b 65 & 67 Quincy Market, h 322 Broadway 
Davis Eliphalet, soap manufacturer, Main n Cherry, h 85 

Cherry 
Davis Fairfield R. hatter, h 66 Fourth 
Davis Frederic S. b clerk Traders Bank, bds 655 Main 
Davis George, carpenter, h Appian Way n Brattle 
Davis George A. glass presser, bds 57 Cambridge 
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102 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Davis Gilman, trader, Broadway n Windsor, h 62 Magazine 
Davis Harvey, (& Bates) grain dealer, Main, h 40 Columbia 
Davis Harvey G. b tailor, bds 13 Williams 
Davis Horatio, organ builder, bds 118 Cambridge 
Davis Isaac, spring bed manufacturer, Windsor cor School 
Davis James C. (J. C. Davis & Co.) Broadway, h Broad- 
way cor Moore 
Davis James H. grocer, North Avenue, bds 2 Lambert Av 
Davis John, b laborer, h 5 Hastings 
Davis John N. laborer, bds 57 Cambridge 
Davis John W r . b oil dealer, 32 India, bds Broadway 
Davis Joseph, F. b 65 and 67 Quincy Market, h Broadway 

cor Inman 
Davis Joshua F. blacksmith, h 62 Cambridge 
Davis Mary Mrs. hrear Gore 
Davis Mason, soap manufacturer, h Norfolk 
Davis Watson, pyrotechnist, bds 6 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Davis Peryanthia Miss, teacher Franklin Alphabet School, 

bds Broadway n Windsor 
Davis Person, b grain dealer, Stillman cor Charlestown, h 

Allen 
Davis Peter, carpenter, h Lee n Harvard 
Davis Peter, bds Main cor Prescott 

Davis P. Stearns, b bookseller, 118 Washington, h 105 Cam- 
bridge 
Davis Robert, blacksmith, bds S. Day's, East 
Davis Sarah Miss, teacher Webster Primary School, bds 

Broadway n Windsor 
Davis Solomon A. blacksmith, h Fifth n Cambridge 
Davis Stephen G. b cashier Shawmut Bank, h 555 Main 
Davis Thomas M. soap maker, bds 58 Cherry 
Davis Walter H. grocer, h North Avenue cor Lambert 

Avenue 
Davis William, h Broadway cor Inman 
Davis William B. b clerk, h Seventh cor Cambridge 
Davis William H. soap maker, bds 58 Cherry 
Davis William N. market man, h Broadway n Davis 
Davis William P. carpenter, h Gore cor Fifth 
Davis William, b tailor, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Day Edmund P. clerk, Fresh Pond House, Wyeth's Lane 
Day Edward, mason, h rear 151 Bridge 
Day George H. carpenter, bds 60 Cambridge 
Day Jacob G. carpenter, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Day James, laborer, bds rear 151 Bridge 
Day James, glass maker, h rear 38 Gore 
Day John T. locksmith, Main, h op Orne's apothecary shop, 

Main 
Day Joseph, soap maker, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Day Leonard, carpenter, bds Winthrop n Eliot 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 103 

Day Orrin, b bds 10 Franklin 

Day Richard, glass maker, bds rear 151 Bridge 

Day Samuel E. (Wyeth &) grocer, Brattle Square, k Mt. 

Auburn 
Day Stephen, blacksmith, Cambridge n First, h East n 

Bridge 
Day Thomas J. laborer, h Main n Front 
Day William, glass maker, bds rear 151 Bridge 
Daine Robert, laborer, h Spruce 
Deering Julia Mrs. h rear Bridge 

Dayton Goodrich M. b dry goods, 69 Milk, h Jay cor River 
Deady Thomas, mason, h Willow Place 
Deane Charles, b (Waterston & Co.) 27 Federal, h Fayette 
Deane Ezra, physician, bds Fayette 
Deane George H. b Treasurer Mass. Linen Co., office 7 

Doane, h Brattle cor Wiliard 
Deane Jerome C. gas fitter, bds Mrs. Mumler's, Brighton 
Deane Lucius A. glass maker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Deane Myron M. b insurance agent, 13 Exchange, h Mt. 

Auburn cor Otis Place 
Deary William, laborer, h Sixth 
Debafs Francis, glass cutter, b 26 Winter 
DeBugst C. pedler, h Main n Columbia 
Deddrick Frederic, block tin worker, h Otis n Fifth 
Deechan John, gate tender, Lowell R. R., h Bridge n Short 
Deechan Michael, carpenter, h Vine cor Fifth 
Deechan William, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 
Delany John, laborer, h n Dublin 
Delaney John, laborer, h Bridge n Lowell R. R. 
Delaney Maria Mrs. h Harvard 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, h Spruce 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, h School n Main 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, h rear 259 Main 
Delano Lucy Mrs. h 56 Thorndike 
Delevan John, laborer, h Gore n Third 
Demain William, b paper ruler, h 25 Washington 
Demmon Daniel L, b clerk, bds 50 Austin 
Demmon Edson S. bookkeeper, bds Beech 
Demmon Sarah E. Mrs. bds Beech 
Dempsey Michael, laborer, h Bridge op Water 
Dempsey William, laborer, h n Dublin 
Denneth Charles H. laborer, at Mr. Fernald's, Fayer- 

weather 
Denison Lyman, railroad repairer, h Bridge 
Dennis John, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Dennis Mack, waiter, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Dennis William, bar tender, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Dennis William W. b finding store, 38 Hanover, h 263 

Broadway 
Dennison Franklin, carpenter, bds Seventh n Thorndike 



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104 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Dennison Hosea B. b architect, h Cambridge 

Dennison James, carpenter, h Seventh n Thorndike 

Denovan David, cabinet maker, bds 18 School Place 

Denovan Peter, laborer, h 18 School Place 

Denton Eben, (& Wood) bookbinder, Magazine, h Front cor 

Sidney 
Denton Ebenezer, bookbinder, bds Magazine n Walnut 
Denton William W. b printer, h 20 School Place 
DeQuedville Fanny Mrs. dress maker, Brighton 
DeQuedville John, b cabinet maker, h Brighton n Mt Au- 
burn 
Deregin Bridget Mrs. h 12 Brattle 
Derry William H. grocer, Brighton n Mt Auburn 
Develin Peter, laborer, h n Dublin 
Devin Patrick, laborer, h Suffolk 
Dexter Henry, sculptor, h 267 Broadway 
Dexter Horace, b h Columbia cor Main 
Dexter Horace, conductor Union R R, bds 9 Harrison 
Dexter Joseph, grocer, 258 Broadway, h 256 Broadway n 

Norfolk 
Dexter Maria Mrs. bds Webster Court 
Dickerson John, musician, h 17 Windsor 
Dickinson Aaron, bread dealer, h 80 School 
Dickinson Alexander, soap manufacturer, Davis, h Harvard 

cor Moore 
Dickinson Daniel G. E. mariner, bds 12 Worcester 
Dickman Isaac, omnibus driver, h North Av. op Porter's 
Dickman Joseph, omnibus driver, h North Av. cor Beech 
Dickman Joseph S. rope maker, h 56 Elm 
Dickman Samuel, omnibus driver, bds 56 Elm 
Dickson Samuel, mason, h Cambridge cor Willow Place 
Dillingham Henry, stereotyper, h Holyoke 
Dillon John, restorator, Cambridge, h Vine n Fourth 
Dillaway Enoch S. jr. machinist, h 63 Fourth 
Dillaway Stillman S. machinist, h School n Main 
Dimick Calvin, b 26 Scollay's Building, h Cambridge n 

Fayette 
Dimick Charles, b (Phelps &) 21 Brattle, h Cambridge n 

Fayette 
Dimpsey Bartholomew, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Dixon Aaron, bread cart, h 80 School 
Dixon S. M. author, bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Dixwell Epes S. b teacher private Latin school, Boylston 

Place, h Garden 
Dodge David, mason, h 21 Tremont 
Dodge Edward, printer, bds 21 Tremont 
Dodge Ephraim, b (Case &) expressman, h Columbia n 

Worcester 
Dodge Fanny L. millinery and fancy goods, over D. U. 

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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 105 

Dodge John C. b attorney, 39 State, h Fayette n Broadway 
Dodge John H. provision dealer, Main cor Magazine, h 15 

Brookline 
Dodge Joseph, F. b fluid dealer, 36 Union, h 31 Tremont 
Dodge Lydia Mrs. h 123 Washington 
Dodge Solomon H. b 106 State, h Magazine 
Dodge Win. H. carpenter, h Seventh n Otis 
Doherty Hugh, stone cutter, bds Fitzpatrick, Bridge 
Doherty John, block tin worker, bds 125 Bridge 
Doherty Michael, teamster, h Hancock n Main 
Doherty Patrick, mason, h Elm 
Doherty William, grocer, h 96 Fourth 
Dolan Michael, laborer, h Hampshire cor Amory 
Dolan Michael, laborer, h Garden n New Ireland 
Dolbeare Joseph S. b shipwright, h Harvard op Elm 
Dollard James, shoemaker, bds Mt Auburn cor Brighton 
Dollard John shoemaker, Main, h Windsor n School 
Dolloff William J. printer, h Chapman Place n Howard 
Doms Francis, glass engraver, h 81 Gore 
Donahue James E. clerk, h Harvard n Pine 
Donahue John, grease collector, h Brookline n Perry 
Donahue Michael, stone cutter, bds Fourth 
Donahue Patrick, grease collector, h Brookline n Perry 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 

Donallan John W. watch maker, 68 Cambridge, h Cam- 
bridge cor Sixth 
Donavan Daniel, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 
Donavan Daniel, laborer, h 15 Hastings 
Donavan James, laborer, h n Brick Yard 
Donavan Jeremiah, laborer, h North n East 
Donavan Michael, laborer, h Short n North 
Donavan Thomas, laborer, h Medford n Cambridge 
Donavan Timothy, laborer, h Leighton Court n North 
Donavan William, laborer, h North 
Doney Mary M. Mrs. h Pleasant cor Harrison Avenue 
Donnell Edward A. (& Moore) hardware, 15 Brattle, h Hol- 

yoke Place cor Holyoke 
Donnell Lucy Mrs. h 14 Holyoke 

Donnell Rufus, shipmaster, h Holyoke Place cor Holyoke 
Donnelly Bridget, h rear Concord Avenue n Church 
Donnelly Ellen Mrs. h East cor North 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer, h Charles Court 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer, h Brighton 
Donnelly William, laborer, h-Pine n Harvard 
Donnison Catherine L. h Waterhouse cor Garden 
Donnovan Thomas, laborer, h Main n Car Factory 
Donovan Ellen Mrs. h Short n Lowell R. R. 
Donovan James, blacksmith, Main n Front, bds Brookline 
Donovan Mary Mrs. h Bridge op Water 
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106 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Donovan Matthew, laborer, h East n Bridge 

Dooley James, machinist, h Bridge n Third 

Dooley John, blacksmith, bds 17 Fourth 

Doolin Martin, laborer, h North n East 

Dooris Bridget Mrs. h rear Gore 

Dore Robert, baker, bds Cambridge n Prospect 

Dorey Peter, laborer, h Spruce 

Dorety John, laborer, h Green 

Dorety John, teamster, h n River 

Dorety Patrick, glass maker, h 81 Gore 

Dorety Thomas, rope maker, h Spruce 

Dorman Orrin S. bds Pleasant n Auburn 

Dormer Benjamin, saloon keeper, Bridge, h Gore 

Dorr Cornelius, b grocer, 2 Commerce, h North Avenue cor 
Sacramento 

Dorr John, baker, h 34 Cherry 

Dougherty Hugh, stone cutter, h 8 Gore 

Dougherty James, gardener, bds Tremont cor Hampshire 

Dougherty John, laborer, h 95 Bridge 

Dougherty Manasses P. clergyman, h Concord Avenue 

Dougherty Philip, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh 
Pond 

Douglass Betsey Mrs. h Columbia n Austin 

Douglass Harrison, printer, h Sidney 

Douglass James, cabinet maker, h Clark 

Douglass Robert, b 36 Kilby, h 15 Austin 

Douglass Royal, h Douglass 

Dow Caleb S. carpenter, h Norfolk n Broadway 

Dowd Andrew, cigar manufacturer, Harvard cor Norfolk 

Dowling Martin C. mason, h 105 Thorndike 

Downey John, laborer, h Brighton 

Downing Maurice, laborer, h Eliot 

Downs Elizabeth K. Mrs. h 80 Prospect 

Downs Thomas, stone polisher, h Windsor n School 

Doyle Catherine Mrs. h n Dublin 

Doyle Edward, laborer, h Brighton 

Doyle John, laborer, h Spruce 

Doyle Michael, laborer, h Dublin 

Doyle Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 

Doyle Richard, laborer, h Brighton 

Doyle William, stone cutter, bds 1 Front 

Drake Sanford, clerk Porter's Hotel, North Avenue 

Draper Abby A. Mrs. h 121 Spring 

Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.) britannia ware man- 
ufacturer, foot of Otis, h 85 Thorndike 

Draper Francis, (& Co) britannia ware manufacturer, foot 
of Otis, h 28 Second 

Drees John A. b coppersmith, h 78 School 

Dresser Edwin, bookbinder, h Magazine 

Drew Atwood H. b bookkeeper, bds Dunster cor Mt Auburn 
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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 107 



Drennan James, bootmaker, h rear 51 Gore 

Drinan Thomas, sawer and plainer, h Windsor n School 

Drine John, grease collector, bds Columbia n Somerville 

Driscoll Daniel, laborer, h River n Riverside 

Driscoll Florence, laborer, h North cor Short, Ward Three 

Driscoll James, laborer, h 9 Winter 

Driscoll James, laborer, h North n East 

Driscoll James, laborer, h North 

Driscoll Jeremiah, glass maker, h 107 Third 

Driscoll John, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 

Driscoll John, laborer, h rear Bridge 

Driscoll Timothy, tailor, h Main n Columbia 

Driscoll Timothy 0. stone cutter, bds Fourth 

Driver Thomas, b provision dealer, bds 13 Sixth 

Drugan John, building mover, h Charles n Fourth 

Druitt George H. teamster, h Walnut 

Drummy Thomas, laborer, h North n Short 

Drury George, painter, h 1 Austin 

Dudley George S. b clerk, bds Clark n Harvard 

Dudley John, carpenter, h 84 Windsor cor Market 

Dudley Samuel W. (Gale &) lumber dealer, h Broadway 

cor Columbia 
Duffy Hugh, laborer, at H. H. Eames's, Concord Avenue 
Duffy James, laborer, bds Medford op Clark 
Duffy Michael, umbrella maker, h rear Court 
Duffy Niel, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
Duffy Patrick, laborer, h 2 Hastings 
Duffy Patrick, brickmaker, h Cambridge cor Medford 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, h rear Court 
Dugan James, laborer, h North Avenue op Common 
Duhig Michael, gardener, h Hancock 
Dumond Frederick A. b stove dealer, 647 Washington, h 

55 Washington. 
Dunbar Eben M. b 21 Long Wharf, h Broadway op Amory 
Dunbar Hannah Mrs. h 35 Auburn 
Dunbar Israel P. b 74 Commercial, bds 35 Auburn 
Dunfrey James, hostler, h North Avenue n Baptist Church 
Dunham Israel P. stairbuilder, 614 Main, h 620 Main 
Dunham James, waiter, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Dunn Thomas, b bookbinder, h 29 Brooks' Building, School 
Dunn William, glass packer, h rear 51 Gore 
Dunigan James, nurseryman, h Elm cor Cambridge 
Dunlavey Thomas, glass packer, h 84 Gore 
Dunnels Samuel Mrs. h 137 Gore 
Dunwoody Thomas, laborer, h Suffolk 
Duparr Caroline B. Miss (& Co.) dress maker, Main n Pros- 
pect, bds Washington n Columbia 
Durant Reuben, shoe store, Main cor Temple, h Williams n 

Pearl 
Durgin Daniel, stone cutter, h 124 Bridge 



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Duris Daniel, shoemaker, h Perry cor Brookline 

Durrell Betsey G. Mrs. h rear 36 Gore 

Dustin Betsey Miss, teacher Putnam Alphabet School, bds 

Winter 
Dustin Calvin, clerk, bds 31 Winter 
Dustin Charles, laborer, h 112 Thorndike 
Dustin Samuel, blacksmith, h 31 Winter 
Dwyer Daniel, laborer, h Willow Place 
Dvvyer Edward, harness maker, h Gore n Sixth 
Dwyer John, painter, h 28 Winter 
Dwyer John, shoemaker, h Water cor North 
Dwyer John, laborer, h 15 North 
Dyer Ezra C. b commission merchant, 62 Kilby, h Brattle 

cor Willard 
Eagan James, soap maker, h 41 Pearl 
Eagan Patrick, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Eames Henry, b sewing machine repairer, bds 298 Main 
Eames Henry H. Superintendent Cambridge Cemetery, h 

Concord Avenue 
Eames John, h Everett n North Avenue 
Earle Ethan, b (& Worcester,) flour merchant, Haymarkef 

Square, h Inman n Cambridge 
Earley Thomas, hostler, Eu%tis House, North Avenue 
Eastman Andrew M. brush maker, h 49 Fifth 
Eastman Charles, conductor Union R. R. bds Somerville 
Eastman Jacob P. railroad contractor, h Ncrth Avenue 
Eastman John, carpenter, h Pleasant junction River 
Eastwood George, computer, 618 Main, h Saxonville 
Eaton Charles, b 21 South Market, h 64 Spring 
Eaton Charles F. b grocer, 47 Long Wharf, h Prospect n 

Broadway 
Eaton George'B. b stereotyper, Spring Lane, h Columbia cor 

Washington 
Eaton George D. keeper Court House, h Third n Cambridge 
Eaton Henry A. clergyman, bds 110 Thorndike 
Eaton Jacob, (& Haley,) stove dealer, Fisk's Block, Main, 

h 11 Windsor 
Eaton John, stereotyper, h Putnam cor Green 
Eaton John, cook, Brattle House, h Brighton 
Eaton John J. b (Bennett &) cigars, 35 Exchange, h 77 

Prospect 
Eaton Rebecca K. Miss, h 88 Cambridge 
Eaton Sarah Mrs. h 10 Kinnard cor Western Avenue 
Eberhardt John J. bookbinder, h Green cor Bay 
Eberly Peter, leather dresser, bds n Almshouse 
Eckert Joseph, carpenter, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Eddy Levi, laborer, bds Dublin 
Eddy Martin, laborer, h Dublin 
Edgington William A. teamster, h Broadway L P 
Edgeworth Francis, boarding house, h Cambridge n Medford 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 109 

Edmands Lincoln J. h 616 Main 
Edmands Moses, driver Union K. E. h Austin 
Edmands Thomas 0. engineer, h Leighton Court 
Edwards Abraham, attorney, Douglass' Building, Main, h 

Dunster cor Winthrop 
Edwards Antoine, teamster, h Main L P 
Edwards Charles H. turner, State, h Western Avenue cor 

Soden 
Edwards George W. rope maker n North Avenue, h Rice 
Edwards John, rope maker, h 3 Soden 
Edwards Nancy Mrs. h 67- River 
Edwards Russell S. b butter dealer, h Allen 
Egan Michael, laborer, h Brookline 
Egan Malachy, teamster, h Ellery n Harvard 
Eggleson Thomas, waiter, h 12 Brattle 
Eliot Charles H. Tutor in Mathematics, H. U. rooms Hol- 

worthy Hall 
Elliot George, laborer, at Mr. TreadwelPs, Concord Avenue 
Elliott William, laborer, h 60 Cambridge 
Ellis Charles H. jig sawyer, h 22 Fifth 
Ellis Daniel, b produce dealer, 3 Merchants' Row, h 42 Essex 
Ellis David, b produce dealer, 3 Merchants Row, h North 

Avenue cor Linnaean / 

Ellis John A. cabinet maker, h 14 Sixth 
Ellis Samuel D. machinist, h 132 Otis 
Ellis Thomas, laborer, bds Cambridge cor Windsor 
Ellis William, teamster h West 

Elms Elisha A. b provision dealer, Williams Market, h Ply- 
mouth 
Elwell James B. carpenter, h 36 Gore 
Elwood Richard, teamster, h Charles n Third 
Emerson Andrew J. sash and blind maker, h Winthrop 
Emerson Daniel, brewer, bds 8 Gore 
Emerson Gorham, provision dealer, Broadway, h Norfolk 

cor Broadway 
Emerson Luther 0. b music teacher, h Harvard cor Inman 
Emerson Mary A. J. h 30 Pearl 

Emery Charles, b carver, h 5 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Emery Henry, caterer, h Medford n Hampshire 
Emmons Henry, b bookkeeper, 72 Pearl, h Harrison Place 
Emmons Joseph P. teamster, h Bridge n Craigie Bridge 
Emmons Samuel W. bds 336 Main 
Emory William H. H. printer, bds Green n Bay 
English Mary Mrs. h Fourth n Winter 
Eperle Philip, shoemaker, bds H. Osborn's, Winthrop 
Eppendorf Max, b architect, Gray's Iron Building, Court St. 

h Pleasant 
Erwin John, laborer, h Brighton 
Esterbrook James, mason, h Worcester cor Norfolk 
Estabrooks Luke, laborer, h Harvey 



110 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Estes Ivory P. (& Littlefield,) carpenter, Brighton, h Trow- 
bridge 

Estey James L. printer, h Franklin n Putnam 

Eustis Henry L. Professor of Engineering in the Lawrence 
Scientific School, H. U. h Kirkland cor Divinity Av. 

Evans Eben, bds 98 Otis 

Evans Elizabeth Mrs. h Main n Car Factory 

Evans Kichard, h 98 Otis 

Evans Richard, gardener, h Church 

Evans William, coach trimmer, h Howard cor Chapman 
Place 

Everett Alexander M. b machinist, h Village 

Everett Emily Mrs. h Berkeley cor Craigie 

Everett William A. b attorney 18 Scollay's Building, bds 
Berkeley 

Ewell Charles, b provision dealer, h Franklin corBrookline 

Ewer John jr. teamster, bds 92 Cambridge 

Ewer Nathaniel S. carpenter, h 18 Cottage 

Ewing John, plasterer, h Pearl n Perry 

Ewings Walter W. b produce, North Market, h 141 Cam- 
bridge 

Fairbanks Anna, h Chestnut 

Fairbanks George E. b yslerk, Bromfield cor Washington, 
bds Chestnut 

Fairbanks 'J. B. V. conductor Union R. R. bds Chestnut 

Fairbairn John, tinsmith, h 99 Vine 

Fairbrother Caroline A. h Howard 

Falen Timothy, laborer, h Baldwin 

Fallan Marks, laborer, h Ellery 

Fallan Michael, laborer, bds North n East 

Fallen Bridget Mrs. h Elm 

Fallon Patrick, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 

Falvoa Michael, laborer, at J. H. Danforth's, Brattle 

Farisee Patrick, laborer, h 3 North 

Farney Henry, gardener, bds n Porter's Station 

Farney James, gardener, n Porter's Station 

Farnham Charles W. printer, bds 344 Main 

Farnham John C. (Allen &) printer, Remington, h Mt. Au- 
burn 

Farnum Winchester W. painter and glazier, Harvard n 
Holyoke, h Mt. Auburn 

Farnsworth Benjamin F. clerk, bds Mrs. Young's, Gerry 

Farrar Franklin, machinist, h Third n Otis 

Farrell Garrett, laborer, h Inman n Broadway 

Farrell James, laborer, h 84 Fourth 

Farrell Matthew, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Farrington Josiah C. R. b printer, bds 3 Main 

Farn-ell James R. gardener, h North Avenue n Spruce 

Farwell James, laborer, bds Otis Place 

Farwell Mary Jane Mrs. h 2 Eliot 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. Ill 

Farwell Stephen T. b Treasurer American Education So- 
ciety, 15 Cornhill, h 3 Richardson's Row, Cambridge 
Fatal John J. laborer, h Lincoln 
Favor Carlos, silver chaser, bds Cambridge cor Fifth 
Favor Horace S. 2d, hull corn dealer, bds Cambridge cor 

Fifth 
Favor James A. hull corn dealer, h Cambridge cor Fifth 
Faxon Daniel, blacksmith, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Faxon William, b shoe findings, bds Harvard cor Dana 
Fay Isaac, nurseries, h Fayette n Cambridge 
Fay Maria D. Miss, h Garden n Mason 
Fay Timothy, laborer, h North cor Short, Ward Three 
Fayhe Patrick, laborer, h 10 Short, Ward Three 
Featherston William, rope maker, h Elm n Hampshire 
Feely Thomas, carpenter, h 3 Hastings 
Feckh August, carver, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Fehmer Louise, Miss embroiderer, bds Harvard cor Davis 
Fehmer Mary Mrs. embroiderer, h Harvard cor Davis 
Felker Obed W. teamster, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
Fellows Charles F. brush maker, h 45 Spring 
Fellows Clinton, carpenter h 3.72 Main 
Fellows Cyrus, fish dealer, Magazine n Main, h 45. Franklin 

n Pleasant 
Fellows John, brush maker, Main, h 25 Cherry- 
Fellows John H. brush maker, h 6,0 Spring 
Fellows Napoleon B. carpenter, bds 123 Washington 
Fellows Oshea P. brush maker, h 120 Spring 
Fellows Thomas H. pedler, bds 25 Cherry 
Felton Cornelius C. Eliot Professor of Greek Literature and 

Regent H. U. h Quincy cor Broadway 
Fenelon Michael, clerk, h Charles n Fourth 
Fenner Edwin E. cigar maker, h Front 
Fenton Lyman J. bds Tremont 
Fenton Mehitable Mrs. h Tremont 
Fenton Martha A. dress maker, bds Tremont 
Ferguson Alexander, shoemaker, h Cambridge n Prospect 
Ferguson Henry A. M. machinist, h 36 Tremont 
Ferguson Priscilla Mrs. bonnet store, Main n Norfolk 
Fernald Henry B. counsellor, bds Mrs. Gardner's, Garden 

cor Appian Way 
Fernald Hiram, farmer, h Fairweather 
Ferran Joseph, carver, bds Fourth 
Ferrin James, soap maker, bds Broadway cor Moore 
Ferris Thomas, laborer, h Medford n Cambridge 
Fette Henry G. b artist and drawing teacher, h Williams n 

Magazine 
Fifield Charles F. butcher, h Spring n Fifth 
Fifield George W. superintendent Craigie Bridge, h 40 

Spring 
Fifield Osgood, b h Fourth n Cambridge 



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112 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Fillebrown Andrew, glass cutter, h 134 Bridge 

Fillebrown Samuel, glass cutter, h 134 Bridge 

Fillebrown Silas B. h Green cor Bay 

Fillebrown Samuel, jr. bds 134 Bridge 

Finegen Hugh, Blacksmith, h Main n Harrison 

Finegen Patrick, carpenter, h Washington n Main 

Finn Anthony, shoemaker, h 26 Gore 

Fisher Betsey S. Mrs. h Brighton 

Fisher Edward, b provision dealer, 13 Bedford, h 9 Williams 

Fisher George, b (Simmons &) organ builder, 1 Charles, h 
53 Cherry 

Fisher George W. blacksmith, bds Brighton 

Fisher John, glass cutter, h Sixth n Thorndike 

Fisher Moses, mastick layer, h 4 Broadway L. P. 

Fisher Samuel, machinist, bds Wm. SnelTs, Bridge 

Fisher Solon, b h River n Auburn 

Fisher William B. carpenter, h 52 Elm 

Fisk Horace M. b bds 5 Worcester 

Fisk James C. b (& Fuller) oil dealer, 28 South Market, bds 
Worcester 

Fisk Robert F, b bds 5 Worcester 

Fisk Rufus, h 7 Worcester 

Fisk William, h 5 Worcester 

Fiske Charles A. b (F. D. Ellis & Co.) commission mer- 
chant, 164 Kilby, h Harvard n Norfolk 

Fiske Charles C. clergyman, bds 8 Holyoke Place 

Fiske Elbridge G. b (Humphrey, Fiske & Co.) 25 Long 
W T harf, h 67 Washington 

Fiske Granville, clerk, bds 30 Windsor 

Fiske Isaac, attorney, h Otis n Third 

Fiske Nathan, h 8 Holyoke Place 

Fitz Augustus, carver, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 

Fitz Eustace, b clerk, h Auburn n Magazine 

Fitzgerald Ellen Mrs. h Dublin 

Fitzgerald John, laborer, h North n East 

Fitzgerald Mary C. Mrs. h Sparks 

Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, h Portland 

Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, h Harvey 

Fitzgerald Robert, painter, rear Charles n Fourth 

Fitzpatrick James, bootmaker, bds Perry n Brookline 

Fitzpatrick James, bootmaker, Mt. Auburn cor Dunster 

Fitzpatrick James, provison dealer, h 8 Gore 

Fitzsimmons Andrew, laborer, h Spruce cor Dublin 

Flack Matthias, baker, bds Mt. Auburn n Dunster 

Flagg Francis, wheelwright, bds 93 Cambridge 

Flagg Frank H. wheelwright, bds 93 Cambridge 

Flagg Hiram B. shoe dealer, h 6 Third 

Flagg John P. b merchant, 17 Scollay's Building, h Everett 

Flaherty Michael, painter, h Church 

Flanagan Thomas, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 

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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 113 

Flannery Ann Mrs. h Cottage n Pearl 

Fleming Mary Jane Mrs. confectionary, h Harvard n Hol- 

yoke 
Fleming Michael, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Flemming Michael, laborer, h Dublin 
Fletcher Benjamin F. carpenter, h 99 Xorfolk 
Fletcher Benjamin F. jr. carpenter, bds 99 Xorfolk 
Fletcher Cyrus, b collector, h Church n Palmer 
Fletcher Moore R. physician, h Ware cor Harvard 
Fletcher Thomas F. glass cutter, h Fifth n Thorndike 
Fletcher William G. glass cutter, h 112 Otis 
Flint David B. (& Kent) b 6 Central, h 70 Otis 
Flint William, b clerk, h Broadway n Windsor 
Flood Betsey Mrs. h Bridge 
Flood John, teamster, h rear Court 
Flood Michael, h Medford cor Cambridge 
Flyn Maurice, printer, bds Denis J. Crawley's Franklin op 

Bay 
Flynn Bernard, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 
Flynn Edward, mason, h Willow Place 
Flynn John, laborer, h Brighton 
Fogarty Catherine Mrs. h Willow 
Fogerty James, carpenter, h Cambridge cor Medford 
Fobes Thomas, soap maker, h Columbia n Main 
Fogg Andrew, postmaster, East Cambridge, bds 74 Gore 
Fogg Ebenezer, overseer Winchester's Box. Factory, h 74 

Gore 
Fogg Edwin, machinist, h 101 Cambridge 
Fogg Eliza Mrs. h 15 Brcokline 
Fogg Francis F. b clerk bds Broadway n Columbia 
Fogg Jesse, b 39 State, h Broadway cor Columbia 
Foley John, carpenter, h Spruce 
Foley Sarah Mrs. h 17 Windsor 
Foley Thomas, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Follensbee Benjamin A. carpenter, bds Mr. Gerry's North 

Avenue 
Follett Joseph, (Maynard &) painter, Main cor Western 

Avenue, h South op Holyoke 
Folsom Charles, h Berkeley 

Folsom Charles D. dry goods, 65 Cambridge, h 95 Otis 
Folsom Samuel H. attorney, Cambridge, bds Otis n Third 
Foote Charles R. b clerk, h 19 Auburn 
Foote George L. cashier Monument Bank, Charlestown, bds 

18 Green 
Foote Luther, b 7 State, h 18 Green cor Magazine 
Forbes Holland, butcher, h Auburn n Brookline 
Forbes Thomas, soap maker, h Brookline 
Ford Calvin, carpenter, at Osborn's, State, h Hampshire n 

Union 

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114 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Ford David, laborer, h rear Bridge 

Ford Edmund, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 

Ford Howard J. b printer, bds Magazine cor Webster 

Ford John, printer Cambridge Chronicle, Main cor Temple, 
h Magazine cor Webster 

Ford John, laborer, h Irving Placel 

Ford John C. sash and blind maker, bds IJDionn Hampshire 

Ford John H. b printer, bds Magazine cor Webster 

Ford Mary Mrs. h Short, Ward Three 

Ford Michael, laborer, h 13 North 

Ford Timothy, laborer, h 2 North 

Ford William, box maker, bds 1 Front 

Forrest Robert, painter, h Dunster 

Forrestell Thomas, mariner, h Pearl cor Perry 

Forsyth James, laborer, h Garden 

Forsyth Joseph, laborer, h Dunster 

Forsyth Susan Mrs. h Harvard n Pine 

Foster Andrew, laborer, bds Broadway, L. P. 

Foster Charles, bread dealer, h Norfolk n Hampshire 

Foster Charles, carpenter, h Green n Bay 

Foster Charles C. h Kirkland 

Foster Charles F. physician, h Garden n Appian Way 

Foster George H. painter, h Harvard n Harvard Square 

Foster Robert, laborer, h Brighton 

Foster William T. cigar maker, h Franklin n Brookline 

Foudy Thomas, stone cutter, bds 32 Gore 

Fouhy Timothy, laborer, h Broadway, L. P. 

Fouquct Orner^ upholsterer, bds 95 Spring 

Fowle Edward A. b engraver, bds 134 Otis 

Fowle George W. b carver, bds 134 Otis 

Fowle George W. provision dealer, h Gerry n Mt. Auburn 

Fowle Isaac H. carver, h 134 Otis 

Fowler George H. pyrotechnist, h 10 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 

Fowler Jeremiah, mason, h Tremont n Gardner 

Fowler John, mason, bds Tremont n Gardner 

Fowler Nancy Mrs. h Brattle cor James 

Fowles Augustus A. L. confectioner, h Green n Magazine 

Fox Edward, P. b stereotyper, h 51 Washington 

Fox Francis, laborer, h Broadway n Inman 

Fox George J. harness maker, Union Square June. Hamp- 
shire, bds J. K. Farwell's, North Avenue 

Fox James, laborer, h 111 Bridge 

Fox Robert L. B. b harness maker, h 33 Norfolk 

Fox Thomas, laborer, h Fourth n Charles 

Foy Mary Mrs. h Church 

Foy Michael, stone cutter, bds Fourth 

Fraal Andrew, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 

Francis Converse, Parkman Professor of Pulpit Eloquence 
and the Pastoral Care, H. U. h North Avenue 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 115 

Francis Ebenezer, h Kirkland 

Francis George C. b bookseller, 13 Winter, bds North Av- 
enue 
Francis John, b waiter, h Charles n Fourth 
Francis William, laborer, bds 24 Brighton 
Fraser Alexander, carpenter, h Cambridge n Fourth 
Fraser John B. carpenter, op Lechmere House, h 24 Winter 
Frazer Alexander, tailor, h Medford n Windsor 
Frazer Alexander jr. b rope maker, h Medford n Windsor 
Frazer Alonzo, rope maker, bds Medford n Windsor 
Frazer Augustus, rope maker, bds n Pleasant 
Frazier George, b baggage master Boston & Maine E. E. h 

72 Charles 
Frazier John, carpeter, bds 6 Green 
Freeman Ellen M. h 4 Holyoke 
Freeman E. G. A. bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 
French George, h Broadway L. P. 
French Henry H. h Hampshire n Amory 
French William A. stair builder, bds Mt Auburn 
Frenning John, mariner, h 101 Vine 
Friend Samuel, laborer, h Spruce n Brick Yard 
Froger Charles L. carver, h 95 Spring 
Frost Frederick A. farmer, h Beacon 
Frost William, b commission merchant, 57 Commercial, h 

North Avenue 
Frye Samuel M. b printer, h School n Main 
Fuller Adeline J. Mrs. h Hancock cor Centre 
Fuller Ann Mrs. h Main cor Prescott, Ward Two 
Fuller Cyrus B. clerk, h Broadway L. P. 
Fuller Henry A. b distiller, 18 Chatham, h Story 
Fuller Henry E, b (Fisk &) oil dealer, 28 South Market, 

bds Main cor Prescott 
Fuller James H. clerk, h Walnut n Magazine 
Fuller Eobert 0. b (Gay, Manson & Co.) Fulton cor Cross, 

h 40 Auburn n Pearl 
Fuller Samuel D. tollman, West Boston Bridge, h Broad- 
way L. P. 
Fuller Sarah Mrs. bds Auburn 
Fuller William, gardener, h Elm n Hampshire 
Fuller William H. merchant, h 554 Main 
Fullerton Alexander, shoemaker, bds Main junction Mt. 

Auburn 
Fullerton Xancy Miss, Main junc Mt. Auburn 
Fulton John, grainer, bds Magazine n Somerset Court 
Fulton John A. (& Luke) coal dealer, Main, LP,h Dunster 

cor Winthrop 
Funcheon James, rope maker, h Dublin n Brick Yard 
Furbush Elias, b whitesmith, h Harvard 
Furfey Hugh, mat maker, bds Brookline n Allston 
Furfey James, mat manufacturer, h Brookline n Allston 

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116 CAMBRIDGE DUil ( lOI'Y. 

Fuzzard Henry, hatter, bds Cherry cor Washington 

Fuzzard William, liatter, h 31 Cherry cor Washington 

(Jai ij:v -John, laborer, h Cambridge n First 

(i alley Michael, wheelwright, h Cambridge 

Galley Patrick, laborer, h Short n Lowell R. R. 

Gaflne-y Mary A. h Bridge n junction Cambridge 

Gage John, (M. Warren & Co.) lumber dealer, Craigie 

Bridge, h Otis n Sixth 
Gale Cicero C. dry goods, 73 Cambridge, bds 95 Otis 
Gale George T. (& Dudley) lumber dealer, Main, L P h 11 

Tremont n Broadway 
Gale Hezekiah C. (& Rhoades) provision store, Harvard 

Square, h Harvard n Dana 
Gallagher James, mold finisher, h Medford n Windsor 
Gallagher Thomas, plasterer, h Lincoln n Columbia 
Gallagher William, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Galligher Neal, building mover, h Fourth n Charles 
Gallon Samuel, keeper Elm House, North Avenue 
Gallup George G. h Short 
Galvin James, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Galvin Jeremiah, tailor, h Dublin 
Gamble Thomas, bacon curer, h Front 
Gambrill Charles D. architect, bds Mrs. Swan's, Everett 
Gannett John, b bds Mt. Auburn cor Holyoke Place 
Gannett John P. b shipmaster and Insurance Agent, h 8 

Norfolk 
. Gannett Otis, teamster, h 79 Spring 
G-annett Sarah W. Mrs. h Mt. Auburn cor Holyoke Place 
Gannon Patrick, mason, h Elm n Hampshire 
Gannon Thomas, mason, h Kim n Hampshire 
Gardner Ann F. Mrs. h Garden cor Appian Way 
Gardner Charles, bds Mrs. Gove, Main 
Gardner Elizabeth, Mrs. h Short, Ward Three 
Gardner John W. baker, h Cambridge n Seventh 
Gardner Mary J. Mrs. h Dana 

Gardner Samuel B. oil manufacturer, h 68 Columbia 
Garland Benjamin F. carpenter, bds Osborne's, Winthrop 
Garner William H. cigar maker, h Columbia n Main 
Gargan Ellen Mrs. h Bridge n Gore 
Garrighan Lawrence, blacksmith, h Eliot 
Garvan Edwin, grease collector, h Fifth cor Charles 
Garvan William, brush maker, h Charles n Fourth 
Gates James W. b chair dealer, 53 Fulton, h Harvard n 

Inman 
Gates Warren G. teamster, bds 129 Bridge 
Gatons Barney, laborer, h Spring, 
Gauler Charles A. shoemaker, bds Mrs. Gove's, Main 
Gauglen William, laborer, h East 
Gault Benjamin F. carpenter, Harvard cor Essex, h Pres- 

cott n Harvard 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 117 

Gault Thomas, carpenter, h Columbia cor Suffolk 

Gavet James, carpenter, bds Western Avenue cor Kinnard 

Gavitt William L. b gas fitter h Mt Vernon 

Gavlin John, laborer, h Eliot 

Gavlin John, laborer, h Harvard n Main 

Gavlin Patrick, laborer, h Harvard n Main 

Gay Charles R. provision dealer, h Columbia n Washington 

Gay Joel W. blacksmith, h 23 River 

Gay Seth W. Mrs. h School cor Harrison 

Gay William, apothecary, bds River n Auburn 

Gannon Patrick, gardener, h Elm 

Gannon Thomas, mason, h Elm 

Geary Thomas 0. teamster, bds 136 Bridge 

Gee Henry, b watchmaker, h 23 Spring 

Geleorhar Owen, laborer, h Bridge n Craigie's Bridge 

GeneO* Claude, glass maker, h Winter n Fifth 

Gentleman Benjamin, engineer Boston & Lowell R. R. h 

Bridge 
George Antonio, glass maker, h 39 Winter 
George Harvey, h Cambridge n Windsor 
George I. Lewis, carpenter, h rear 11 Hancock 
George Obadiah, brick maker, h Windsor cor Cambridge 
Gerard Louis, stereotyper, h Dana Court 
German James, Carpenter, h Hampshire n Cambridge 
Germain David, head waiter Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Gerry Frederick A. restorator, North Avenue n Porter's 

Station, h North Avenue 
Gerts William T. machinist, h 132 Bridge 
Gibbens James, laborer, h Dublin 

Gibbens Michael, stone cutter, bds Franklin Alley n Bridge 
Gibbs Benjamin, butcher, h Inman cor West 
Gibbs Benjamin W. jeweller, Douglass' Block Main, bds 

Inman cor West 
Gibby Robert, painter, h 54 Thorndike 
Gibson Ann, dry goods and millinery, 319 Main, bds 296 

Main 
Gibson Jane Mrs. h 296 Main 
Gibson Henry, laborer, h Hancock cor Centre 
Gibson John, driver Union R. R. h North Avenue op Com- 
mon 
Gibson Joseph, b stairbuilder h Main n Universalist Church 
Gibson William, superintendent gas works, h Everett Place 
Giddings Samuel, omnibus fare taker, bds 95 Cambridge 
Gilbert Augustus, tobacconist, h Vine cor Fifth 
Gilbert Benjamin F. Messenger Lechmere Bank, bds Otis 

cor Third 
Gilbert Dan B. tin pedler, h 17 School Place, Brooks' Block 
Gilbert Henry, b (& Co.) liquors, 23 Portland, h 16 Cottage 
Gilbert James, music teacher, bds Mrs. Rogers, 110 Otis 
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118 CAMBRIDGE DXBEOTOBT. 



Gilday Thomas, laborer, h Sargent 

Gill reter F. b clothes denier, li Harvard 

Gill William, b coal dealer, Causeway, h Garden n Wyetu 

Gilligan Catharine Mrs. h Bridge op Water 

Gilligan Patrick, laborer, h Prince 

GilloraQ Patrick, laborer, h Spring, 

Gilman Charles W. b pianoiorte maker, h 21 Cherry 

Gilman Edward, hostler, bds North Avenue n Church 

Gilmau Edward W. clergyman, h Prospect n Hampshire 

Gilman John F. (& Goodrich) stone cutter, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Gilmore C. & M. Misses, h 31 Sixth 
Gilmore James, baker, bds Mt Auburn cor Brighton 
Gilmore John, laborer, n Fresh Pond 
Gilroy John, rope maker, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Gilson Charles C. (& Stevens) painter, Western Avenue n 

Main, h Western Avenue op Soden 
Gilson Henry Y. b last maker, 30 Fulton, h 62 Thorndike 
Gilson Horatio, b bookkeeper, bds Columbia cor Washing- 
ton 
Gilson Walter H. bh Columbia cor Washington 
Ginder George, cashier, h 23 School Place 
Glancy William, b h Broadway L P 
Glasson Henry W. cabinet maker, h 67 Gore 
Gleason Frederick N. b blank book manufacturer, h 345 

Main 
Gleason Joel, b wines, &c, 45 Congress, h 9 Cottage 
Gleason John, laborer, h 7 North 
Gleason John A. waiter, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Glen David, jr. printer, h Mt. Auburn n Howard 
Glen Samuel R. Editor and United States Despatch Agent, 

b 3 and 6 State, h Irving Place 
Glynn Lawrence, blacksmith, h Willow n Cambridge 
Gligget Patrick, wheelwright, h Lambert n Cambridge 
Glover Henry R. b. (Manning, Glover & Co.) 49 North 

Market, h Waterhouse cor North Avenue 
Glover Mary, h Temple 

Goddard Almira Mrs. h North Avenue n Cedar 
Goddard William W. b broker, Wilson's Lane, h Summer n 

Prospect 
Goddard William T. b copper-plate printer, h 129 Broadway 
Godfrey Augustine, painter, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Godfrey Nathan P. soap manufacturer, h River 
Godfrey Zachariah T. b broker, h Hampshire n Elm 
Goff James, laborer, h Dublin 
Gooch Nathan G. clerk at W. T. Richardson's, Harvard Row, 

bds Brighton 
Gooch William, music teacher, h 41 Magazine 
Good Peter P. publisher, h Orchard 
Good Peter P. jr. bds Orchard 



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Good Timothy, laborer, h Broadway L P 

Goodell David, painter, bds 57 Cambridge 

Goodfellow Frederick, glass cutter, h Thirl n Gore 

Goodnow Joseph, b lumber dealer, Causeway, h Fayette 

Goodnow Nancy Mrs. h 87 Washington 

Goodrich Elijah D. b hardware, 67 Blackstone, h Broadway 

n Prospect 
Goodrich George W. (Gilman &) stone cutter, h Charles- 
town 
Goodrich William, bds 121 Cambridge 
Goodridge John, restorator, W. Cambridge, h Brighton cor 

Winthrop 
Goodwillie James M. printer, bds 3 Soden 
Goodwin Frederick, jr. clerk, Broadway House L P 
Goodwin John, engineer, h Fourth n Bridge 
Goodwin William W. Tutor in Greek and Latin, H. U. 

rooms Holworthy 
Gordon George, b silversmith, bds 74 Windsor 
Gordon John, hairdresser, Harvard Square, h Somerville 
Gorham Francis, b exchange broker, 8 Merchants Ex- 
change, h Shepard 
Gorham Harriet Mrs. h 54 River 
Gorham Horace S. b (& Co.) truckman, h Avon 
Gorham Warner A. b (H. S. Gorham & Co.) truckman, h 

Avon 
Gorham William H, physician, Brattle cor Appian Way 
Gorman Bernard, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 
Gorman Keyran, laborer, h n Pleasant 
Gorman Richard, laborer, h n Dublin 
Gormley John, laborer, h Willow Place 
Gorney Peter, laborer, h Sargent 
Gorton Samuel M. carpenter, h Elm n Hampshire 
Goss Abiel, carpenter, Lowell R. R. h 67 Otis 
Goss Agustus H. clerk, Register Deeds, bds 6'7 Otis 
Gould Asahel E. stationery dealer, h Short n River 
Gould Eliza, teacher Washington Alphabet School, bds A. 

Stevens's, Everett Place 
Gould Frederick, b President Blackstone Bank, h Centre 

cor Dana 
Gould Frederick L. b (Chilson, Gould & Co.) stove dealer, 

bds Centre cor Dana 
Gould Mary S. teacher Washington Grammar School, bds 

H. Stevens's, Everett Place • 
Gould William, baker, h 49 Cambridge 
Gourlay John S. printer, bds Green n Hancock 
Gourlay William D. printer, h Green n Hancock 
Govan David, pianoforte maker, bds 23 Washington 
Gove Calvin, b (& Co) groceries and produce dealer 94 Com- 
mercial, h 13 Cottage 
Gove Lydia Mrs. h Main n Pearl 



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120 CAMBRIDGE DIKECTOIiY. 

Gowell Robert N. carpenter, h 7 Harrison 

Grady Joseph, laborer, h North 

Grady William, printer, h Perry n Brookline 

Grafton Benjamin C. clergyman, h 11 Cottage 

Graham Franci9, laborer, h Cambridge cor Medford 

Grahan Patrick, mason, h Willow Place 

Grames Elbridge G. b wheelwright, h North Avenue n Por- 
ter's Station 

Granger Patrick, laborer, h 124 Bridge 

Grant Alpheus, laborer, h 3 Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Grant Anna D. dress maker, bds 138 Cambridge 

Grant Edwin T. brush maker, bds 2G X. Charles, Boston 

Grant George L. mason, h rear 66 Cambridge 

Grant Ivory, laborer, h 61 Spring 

Grant James, cabinet maker, h 3 Brooks' Building 

Grant Job N. carpenter, h 138 Cambridge 

Grant John, (Cal.) marble manufacturer, h Harvard n Pine 

Grant Mary Mrs. h Gore n Bridge 

Grant William, cabinet maker, h School n Windsor 

Graulick Frederick, leather dresser, bds Main n Harrison 

Graves Lewis S. fancy painter, Third cor Vine, h 154 Cam- 
bridge 

Graves Philip H. varnisher, h Baldwin 

Graves Willard, laborer, bds 13 Cottage 

Gray Asa, Fisher Professor of Natural History, H. U. h Gar- 
den cor Linnsean 

Gray Charles, box maker, h Broadway n Windsor 

Gray Edward L. apothecary, h Gore cor Third 

Gray Edward L. jr. h 39 Spring 

Gray Elizabeth and Rebecca Misses, h Pleasant cor Green 

Gray John, teamster, bds Concord Avenue n Cath. Church 

Gray John C. b Court op Court Square, h Brattle cor 
"Wyeth's Lane 

Gray Nathaniel W. box maker, bds 99 Norfolk 

Gray Wilder N. box maker, bds Broadway n junc. Rail- 
road 

Gray William, b clerk, h 12 Prospect 

Gray William H. printer, h 162 Green 

Gray William H. caterer, h Medford n Hampshire 

Greely Noah, hatter, h 23 Western Avenue 

Green Andrew J. bds Second cor Cambridge 

Green Alfred, milkman, h Columbia 

Green Charles A. printer, h Winthrop Square cor Eliot 

Green Dennis, laborer, h 5 North 

Green Frank H. conductor Union R. R. h Mt. Auburn cor 
Everett Place 

Green Keza F. barrel maker, h Broadway op Boardman 

Green Issachar A. leather dresser, h Green n Pleasant 

Green James D. h Harvard 

Green John, laborer, h 2 Brimmer Block, Harvard 



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Green Lorenzo \V. carpenter, h 133 Cambridge 

Green Nathan L. b (J. Mann & Co.) Tremont, bds Second 
cor Cambridge 

Green Nicholas St. John, b attorney, 20 State, bds Harvard 

Green Peter, cabinet maker, h 47 Sixth 

Green Rebecca Mrs. h Green 

Green S. & H. Misses, h 21 Sixth 

Green Samuel S. weigher and measurer, h Second cor Cam- 
bridge 

Green Thomas, laborer, h Spruce 

Greene George A. printer, h 127 Broadway 

Greene John, shoemaker, h 11 Water 

Greenleaf John, h Brattle Square 

Greenleaf Martha Mrs. h School n Main 

Greenleaf Oliver P. mason, h School n Main 

Greenleaf Simon Mrs. h Brattle 

Greenleaf William E. bds School n Main 

Greenough David Mrs. h Broadway n Quincy 

Greenough Henry, architect, h Cambridge n Quincy 

Greenough James, b (Greenough, Cook & Co.) hatter, h 
32 Tremont 

Greenough James B. bds 32 Tremont 

Greenough Louisa Mrs. h Quincy 

Greenough William, b hardware, 14 Merchants Row, h 
Broadway n Dana 

Greenwood Edward S. dry goods, 411 Main 

Greenwood James, carpenter, bds Green n Hancock 

Greenwood James W. h Harvard n Windsor 

Greenwood Robert, blacksmith, bds Hubbard's, Second 

Greenwood Stephen P. b h 92 Washington 

Gregory Charles, bds Broadwav n Prospect 

Gregory Franklin E. b (Tilton v & Co.) dry goods, 31 Fed- 
eral, h Broadway n Prospect 

Gregory Isaac H. (H. Thayer & Co.) vacuum extracts, 
Main n Temple, bds 73 Prospect 

Gregory John P. bds 73 Prospect 

Gregory Martha A. teacher Harvard Middle School, bds 73 
Prospect 

Gregory Martha P. Mrs. h 73 Prospect 

Gregory Thomas, glass packer, h Bridge n Gore 

Grieves Thomas, b clerk, h 13 Sixth 

Grieves William H. glass maker, h 22 Fourth 

Griffin Amos, (Bailey &) keeper Lechmere House, Cam- 
4> bridge junction Bridge 

Griffin Daniel, b varnisher, h Winter cor Fourth 

Griffin Dennis, laborer, h Church 

Griffin Eliphalet, carpenter, h Tenny's Court 

Griffin James F- b bookkeeper, bds 7 Austin 

Griffin John, carpenter, Perry n Brooklino 

Griffin Michael, carpenter, h Perry n Brooklino 



122 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Griffin Richard, laborer, h Granger's Block, Bridge 

Griffin Thomas, b laborer, h rear 51 Gore 

Griffin William, wheelwright, bds North Avenue 

Griffing Augustus P. glass dealer, h 52 Spring 

Griffith Robert J. stone cutter, bds Mt. Auburn 

Griffiths George J. cook, bds Wm. Russell's, Race Course 

Grose William, provision dealer, Harvard Market, Harvard, 

h 12 Tremont 
Grover Chester B. b (Grover & Mason) Hard ward, 150 

Washington, h 150 Norfolk 
Grover Lucas B. cabinet maker, h 17 Auburn 
Gude Barney, stone polisher, h Harrison 
Gude Bernard, marble finisher, h Harrison 
Gude Herman, polisher, h Cherry n Main 
Gulliver Ebenezer, box maker, h Charles cor Fourth 
Gumbert William, turner, h Otis n Seventh 
Guna James, blacksmith, h rear Concord Avenue n Church 
Gunnison Benjamin, painter, bds Windsor cor Washington 
Gunnison Daniel, painter, Moore, h Moore 
Guptill Jacob T. laborer, at J. H. Kelsey's, North Avenue 
Gurney Henry, mariner, h 22 Spring 
Gutterson Charles C. h 35 Western Avenue 
Guyer Joshua, hatter, h 65 Third 
Guyer Lewis B. clerk, shoe store, h 65 Third 
Gwynn James, teamster, h 50 Spring 
Habberley George, b h 51 Washington 
Habich Edward, b commission merchant, Commercial, h 

76 Thorndike 
Hackett John, white-washer, h Hancock n Green 
Hackett Thomas, laborer, h n Pleasant 
Hackett Walter, laborer, h Green 
Haddow James L. hairdresser, Irving House, h Austin junc 

Main 
Hadley David B. wheelwright, bds Bedell's, North Avenue 
ftHadley Israel, cook, h North Avenue 
Hadley John H. carpenter, h 101 Vine 
Hadley Nathaniel I. h 30 Fourth 
Hadley Samuel D. bds Putnam 
Hadley Samuel P. soap maker, h 130 Bridge 
Hadley Thomas R. ornamental painter, bds Putnam 
Hadley William P. carpenter, h Union cor Market 
HarTernan Joseph, shoemaker, h Cambridge cor Medford 
Hagan Daniel, glass cutter, h 27 Winter 
Hagan John, currier, h Fourth n Charles 
Hagan Patrick, laborer, h rear Fourth 
Ha gar Charles H. bds 11 Norfolk 
Hagar Mary Mrs. h 11 Norfolk 

Hagerty Cornelius, laborer, h Franklin Alley, n Bridge 
Hagerty Patrick, gardener, h Hancock n Centre 
Haine Nicholas, carver, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
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Haines John W. glass maker, h Winter n Fourth 

Haggins Edward, engineer, bds Win. SnelPs, Bridge 

Hale Aaron jr. (Ohaney, Davis & Co.) soap manufacturer, h, 
32 Windsor 

Hale Elbridge G. cracker pedler, h Front - 

Hale Willard, sash & blind maker, bds Hampshire n Union 

Haley Bernard, laborer, Chestnut cor Harvard 

Haley Daniel, butcher, at J. Woodbridge's, Potter's Cot- 
tage 

Haley Daniel, laborer, h Dublin 

Haley Daniel, laborer, h Short, Ward Two 

Haley Daniel, laborer, h Franklin n Putnam 

Haley David, laborer, h Foster 

Haley Dennis, laborer, h Bridge n East 

Haley Dennis, soapmaker, h Green 

Haley Francis, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

Haley Henry, b expressman, h 27 Clark 

Haley Hugh, bds Heed's Tavern, Bridge 

Haley Jason, glass cutter, h 122 Thorndike 

Haley Jeremiah, teamster, h 139 Green 

Haley Jesse, (Eaton &) stove dealer, 339-341 Main, h 11 
Windsor 

Haley John, tailor, h rear Gore 

Haley John, laborer, h Vine n Third 

Haley Michael, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Haley Michael, laborer, bds 14 Hastings 

Haley Michael, teamster, h Short n Magazine 

Haley Patrick, laborer, h Pleasant cor Harrison Avermo 

Haley Patrick, b apothecary, h rear 75 Spring 

Haley Patrick, stone cutter, bds Bridge 

Haley Thomas, laborer, h Harvard n Lee 

Haley Timothy, laborer, h Prince 

Haley Timothy, laborer, h Brookline 

Haley William, laborer, at Mr. Coolidge's, Coolidge Avenue 

Hall Charles B. tinman, bds 298 Main 

Hall Franklin r b attorney, 39 State, bds 36 Second 

Hall George, laborer, h Portland 

Hall George B. stone cutter, Bridge op Water 

Hall Jackson E. carriage painter, h 32 Pearl 

Hall James, printer,, h 5 Chestnut 

Hall James H. ( Thurston t Hall & Co.) cracker bakery, 
Cambridge, h Gardner cor Murdock 

Hall Jesse (J. Hall & Sons,) lumber dealer, East, h 36 Se- 
cond 

Hall John, b brass caster, h State 

Hall Lewis, (J. Hall & Sons,) lumber dealer, East, h 55 Otis 

Hall Mary J. teacher private school, Norfolk n Harvard, bds 
Norfolk n Washington 

Hall Oliver, laborer, h 17 Windsor 

Hall Ornn, (Wood & Hall,) grocer, Harvard Row, h Follen 



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Hall Paul, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

Hall William A. Mrs. h Cambridge n Hovey's nurseries 

Hallacy William, laborer, bds Brighton 

Halloran Daniel, laborer, h West n Lee 

Halloran Timothy, laborer, h West 

Hallett William A. shipmaster, Clark n Washington 

Hallinaw Patrick, laborer, h Race Course, n Spruce 

Halvorson Cannute, watchmaker, bds Maple 

Halvorson Halvor, mechanician, b h Maple n Porter's Sta- 
tion 

Hallworth Joseph L. b printer, h Main L P 

Haman James, mariner, n Washington 

Hamann August, music teacher, h 25 Western Avenue n 
Pleasant 

Hamblen Timothy, mariner, h Harvard n Main 

Hamblet Alvan, tollman Craigie Bridge, h 116 Spring 

Hamson David, machinist, h 18 Sixth 

Hamill Samuel S. organ builder, h 93 Gore 

Hamilton James, wood turner, h Third n Charles 

Hamilton John, h Willard 

Hamilton Robert, laborer, bds Concord Avenue n Catholic 
Church 

Hammett Isabella, Mrs. h Worcester cor Columbia 

Hammond Edward L. S. b clerk, h Inman n Broadway 

Hammond George, cabinet maker, h Vine cor Fifth 

Hammond Jeduthan, b mason, h 17 Worcester 

Hammond Joseph W. b salesman, h Norfolk n Broadway 

Hammond Nathaniel 0. cigar maker, Bridge, h 77 Gore 

Hamner Charles, sash and blind maker, bds 57 Cambridge 

Hanan John, laborer, h 22 Sixth 

Hanau Zealey, cigar maker, h Pearl 

Hanauer Henry, bootmaker, bds Green n Bay 

Hancock Belcher, harness maker, Main cor Pearl, h 29 
Franklin 

Hancock Charles E. carpenter, h Pleasant cor Webster 
Place 

Hancock John, harness maker, bds 29 Franklin 

Hancock Martha, teacher private school, Auburn cor Maga- 
zine 

Hancock Richard, accommodation wagon, h 76 Spring 

Hancock Samifel, h Magazine cor Auburn 

Hancock Solomon, bds Pearl cor Green 

Hancock Solomon, jr. b bookkeeper, h Pearl cor Green 

Handford Horace, gardener, h Shepard 

Hanessy Timothy, cabinet maker, h 15 Hastings 

Hanley John, b tailor, h Suffolk 

Hannon Patrick, laborer, h rear Court 

Hanscomb Jacob, warden Almshouse, n North Avenue 

Hansen Peter, printer, h Park 

Hanson Lewis B. carpenter, bds Mallows 364 Main 



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Hapgood Cyrus (Woodbridge &) butcher, h rear Baptist 
Church, North Avenue n Railroad 

Hapgood Oliver, expressman, h 4 Green 

Harding Amos, teamster, h Granger's Block, Bridge 

Harding Hamlin R. b clerk, h 48 Windsor 

Harding Isaac, b h Broadway cor Inman 

Harding James H. b oyster dealer, rear 48 Congress, h 55 
Washington 

Hardy Betsey Mrs. milliner, h 125 Washington 

Hardy Francis D. shipmaster, bds Jay 

Hardy Francis D. jr. bookkeeper, bds Jay 

Hardy Thomas W. printer, h 125 Washington 

Hardy William A. cigar maker, h Windsor n Harvard 

Hardy William H. ice dealer, h rear 70 Spring 

Hare John, soap maker, bds 28 East 

Harigan Michael, laborer, h 1 Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Harkins James, rope maker, bds Harrison Avenue 

Harkins John, rope maker, bcfs Harrison Avenue 

Harkness George, blacksmith, h Willard 

Harlow Andrew B. baker, Plimpton's Block, Harvard, li 
Broadway cor Trowbridge 

Harlow Charles, box maker, h Cherry n Harvard 

Harlow Charles D. bds Trowbridge cor Broadway 

Harlow Elizabeth Miss, h Cherry 

Harlow Joshua, h Pine n Harvard 

Harlow Joshua S. baker, bds Pine 

Harlow Robert H. clergyman, bds 2 Ellery 

Harlow Sarah W. Mrs. h 2 Ellery 

Harmon John, lumber dealer, Charlestown, h Bowdoin 

Harnet Murt, laborer, h Green n Bay 

Harney Hugh, teamster, bds Concord Avenue n Catholic 
Church 

Harney Michael, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 

Harnot James, grocer, 109 Bridge 

Harrigan Timothy, laborer, at I. Bangs's, Harvard n Pros- 
pect 

Harrington Daniel, laborer, h Harvard n Main 

Harrington Henry F. clergyman, h 6 Centre 

Harrington Hiram A. b h Cottage n River 

Harrington John, laborer, h 9 North 

Harrington Mary Mrs. tailoress, h 26 Gore 

Harrington Nancy Mrs. h 7 North 

Harrington Robert C. printer, h 3 Auburn Court 

Harrington Sylvester, engineer House Correction, bds Third 

cor Thorndike 
Harrington Winthrop G. printer, h Chestnut n Magazine 
Harris Anna E. Mrs. h Brattle cor Church 
Harris Catharine H. h Holyoka Place 
Harris Charles, b engineer, bds Holyoke Place 
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126 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Harris Emma F. teacher private school, Cotton cor Har- 
vard, bds Holyoke Place 
Harris James W. copyist, h Winthrop n Dunster 
Harris Jeremiah, carpenter, h 3 Oak 
Harris John, butcher, h North Avenue 
Harris John S. h 39 Cottage 
Harris Lucinda, h Cherry cor School 
Harris Thomas, shoemaker, h Magazine n Park 
Harris Thomas W. proof reader, Riverside, h Franklin n 

Pleasant 
Harris William, tailor, bds Cottage n Pearl 
Hart Angel, cigar maker, h 10 Auburn Court 
Hart John, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Hartford Edward, tailor, Brighton, h Hancock n Centre 
Hartman Madisz, laborer, h Washington cor Clark 
Hartnatt John, laborer, h East n North 
Hartney Jeremiah, stone cutter, h Short, Wrrd Three 
Hartwell George, b salesman, bds Norfolk n Broadway 
Harty Samuel L. bds 59 Mt. Auburn 
Harty Susan Mrs. h 59 Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Frances Mrs. h 45 Spring 
Harvey Henry, h Harvey 
Harvey William, brush maker, h 102 Otis 
Harwood Myron W. carpenter, bds 50 Elm 
Haseltine Moses D. newspaper collector, h Maple 
Haskell Larned, assistant, House Correction, bds Third cor 

Thorndike 
Hastings Andrew J. stereotyper, h 26 Tremont 
Hastings Andrew G. brush maker, h 50 Spring 
Hastings Fanny L. E. assistant teacher High School, bds 

Wm. Greenough's, Tremont 
Hastings Francis, b silver plate burnisher, bds 56 Essex 
Hastings John M. machinist, bds 133 Cambridge 
Hastings Joseph S. b 25 Doane, h 30 School 
Hastings Mary A. Mrs. h 133 Cambridge 
Hastings Mary E. teacher Putnam Alphabet School, bds 

135 Cambridge 
Hastings Michael, laborer, h Clark cor Harvard 
Ha-tings T. Nelson, b (H. Scudder & Co.) 23 East Clinton, 

h 66 Otis 
Hastings Oliver, lumber dealer. East, h Brattle 
Hastings Samuel, bds Pine n Harvard 
Hastings Samuel E. b dentist, h Pine n Harvard 
Hastings Thomas, (& Co.) grocer, Bridge, h 85 Otis 
Hastings Walter S. T. clerk, bds Brattle 
Hastings Watson B. machinist, h Fifth 
Hatch Andrew J. laborer/at Mrs. Norton's, Kirkland 
Hatch James H. L. b junk dealer, h Kinnard n Western 

Avenue 
Hatch John, h 3 Broadway L P 

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Hatch Nicholas P. stone cutter, h 27 School 
Hatch Sewall, glass maker, bds rear 71 Cambridge 
Hatch Thomas, (& Wright) grocer, Main, h River n Jay 
Hatch William D. b (Bourne & Co.) N. Market, h Fifth h 

Thorndike 
Hathaway Sarah Mrs. h 10 T^mont 
' Hathorne* Henry, glass cutter, h 54 Gore 
Hatigan John, soap maker, h Clark cor Harvard 
Hatinberg Philip, turner, h 118 Thorndike 
Hauck Conrad, cabinet maker, h Seventh n Otis 
Havey James, coppersmith, h Broadway n Ware 
Havey Thomas, laborer, h 11 Hancock n Green 
Havilan John, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Hawes Eben 0. coppersmith, h Spring n Fifth 
Hawkes Cairah Mrs. h 34 Auburn 
Hawkes Henry A. laborer, bds Broadway n Windsor 
Hawkes James, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
Hawkes John F. painter, bds Broadway n Windsor 
Hawkes Levi, plumber, bds 34 Auburn 
Hawkins Benson, hostler, bds 1 Front 
Hayden Caleb, Register of Deeds, h Otis n Fifth 
Hayden Edward D. law student, bds 55 Otis 
Hayden Ezekiel, clerk Reg. of Deeds, h 55 Otis 
Hayes Alvin, shoe store, Main n Columbia, h Perry cor 

Pearl 
Hayes Daniel, laborer, h n Dublin 
Hayes Edmund, brickmaker, h Putnam 
Hayes Henry, constable, bds Putnam 
Hayes James, laborer, h 8 North 
Hayes John, blacksmith, h Brookline 
Hayes Luther S. carpenter, Follen, h Concord Avenue 
Hayes Thomas, block tin worker, bds 121 Cambridge 
Haynes Charles N. b broker, 15 Devonshire, bds Broadway 

cor Hampshire 
Haynes Francis G. artist, h Ash 
Haynes Harriet, Mrs. h 9 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Haynes Joseph P. bootmaker, h n Mt. Auburn 
Haynes Mary Miss, b 300 Washington, h 5 Cottage 
Haynes Nathaniel, pyrotechnist, h 120 Cambridge 
Haynes Thomas, laborer, h Dublin 
Hayward George W. daguerreotyper, h 3 Windsor 
Hay ward George A. newspaper carrier, bds 350 Main 
Hayward Joshua, printer, h Mason cor Garden 
Hayward Leigh, carpenter, h n Mt. Auburn 
Hayward Thomas, gas, steam and water pipe fitters, Main, 

h School cor Windsor 
Hazard Michael, laborer, h Short cor North 
Hazard Samuel L. wood and coal, Raymond's Wharf, h 67 

Third 
Hazeltine Phebe, Mrs. h Tremont n Broadway 
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128 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Hazlewood (Jcorge- II. b upholsterer, h Essex Court 
Hazlewood Samuel, cabinet maker, h 7 Brimmer Block, 
Harvard 

Head Amos, h Main op Temple 
Healey Charles, painter, h 26 Gore 
Healey James, grocer, bds 8 Vine 
Healey John, tailor, h Murdock 
Healey Marcilla Mrs. h 8 Vine 
Heard' Francis, bookbinder, h River op Cottage 
Hearn Maurice A. soap maker, h Harvard n Main 
Heavy James, tinman, Broadway n Ware 
Hector Thomas, printer, h Pleasant 

Hedge Mary, Miss, bds Rev. Mr. Atkinson's, Appian Way 
Heffernan James, shoemaker, h Court n Charles 
Heffernan William, shoemaker, h Willow Place n Cam- 
bridge 
Hegney John, rope manufacturer, Cambridge op Medford, 

h Cambridge n Oak 
Heidrich Andrus, cabinet maker, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Heins Henri, cabinet maker, h Brooks' Building 
Heins Henry, carpenter, h 2 Broadway 
Hellary John, laborer, h Clark n Harvard 
Henderson James A. blacksmith, bds Orchard 
Henderson Larra, carpenter, h Cherry n School 
Henderson Robert, blacksmith, h North Avenue 
Henderson William, laborer, h Pearl n Walnut 
Hendley Otis H. clerk, h 24 East 
Hengstler Carl, printer, h River n Riverside 
Hennessey Dennis, laborer, bds North n East 
Hennessey James, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Hennessey James, laborer, h Clark cor Medford 
Hennessey James, printer, h Watson cor Pearl 
Hennessey Matthew, carpenter, h Foster 
Hennessey Timothy, cabinet maker, h Hastings \ 

Henry James, grease collector, h Brookline 
Henry James, carpenter, bds Columbia n Washington 
Henshaw S. Caroline, teacher Otis Middle School, bds 

Thorndike cor Third 
Henshaw Daniel H. b bookkeeper, h 14 Auburn Court 
Henshaw John,b (Edmands & Co.) 36 India, bds 616 Main 
Henshaw John A. b (Edmands & Co.) druggist, 36 India, h 

Cragie 
Henshaw William, h 23 Brookline cor Franklin 
Herbert William, laborer, h Fourth" n Winter 
Herlily John, stone cutter, h Bridge 
Herman Eleazer, leather dresser, bds n Almshouse 
Herring Ellis, b cabinet maker, h 7 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Herring Peter, rag dealer, h Pleasant 
Hess Hiram, gas-fitter, h Columbia n Washington 
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Hewes Virgil H. tailor, h Church 

Hewins Robert, teamster, h Harvard op Brimmer Block 
Hews John, real estate agent, 421 Main n Norfolk, h Broad- 
way cor Norfolk 
Hey wood Joseph C. Proctor H. U. rooms 23 Massachusetts 

Hall 
Heywood Samuel P. b President City Fire Insurance Co. 

19 Kilby, h Austin cor Inman 
Hibler Andrew, cabinet maker, h Third n Charles 
Hickey John, laborer, h North n East 
Hickey Margaret Mrs. h Prince 
Hidden William H. b (Bugbee, Hidden & Co.) drv goods 

138 & 140 Congress, h 12 Green 
Higgins Bernard, tinman, h 7 Pine 
Higgins Ezekiel H. b (Higgins & Bradley) 20 Washington, 

h Main cor Hancock 
Higgins James, tailor, Cambridge n Fourth 
Higgins John, teamster, h East n Bridge 
Higginson Waldo, merchant, bds Holmes Place cor North 

Avenue 
Hildebrand John, cabinet maker, h 2 Brooks' Building 
Hildreth Abel A. carpenter, h Clark cor Hampshire 
Hildreth Joseph S. physician, bds C. Hayden's, Otis 
Hill Albert M. clerk, bds 104 Cambridge 
Hill Abbie H. teacher Dana Middle School, bds A. Vinal's, 

Harvard 
Hill Brewer, shoemaker, Main, h Norfolk 
Hill Charles H. b clerk, h Williams btwn Magazine and 

Pearl 
Hill Christopher, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 
Hill George W. b clerk, bds Williams, btwn Magazine and 

Pearl 
Hill James D. laborer, h 2 Willard 
Hill John, morocco dresser, h rear 127 Broadway 
Hill John, laborer, h Brighton 
Hill John A. blacksmith, bds 34 Cherry 
Hill Lucius, bds Mrs. Farwell's, 2 Eliot 
Hill Nathan R. stable keeper, Church, h Otis Place 
Hill Sarah A. Miss, h Appian Way cor Garden 
Hill Timothy, laborer, bds Brighton 
Hill William, laborer, bds Brighton 
Hill William, bds Waterhouse 
Kilman John J. b silver plater, h 87 Gore 
Hills Charles E. b tailor, h 118 Cambridge 
Hills Henry S. b chair dealer, Commercial, h 64 Thorndike 
Hills James W. J. b 76 Kingston h Auburn 
Hiloram Timothy, laborer, h Harvard n Lee 
Hilton William, tinman, h 69 Spring 
Hindlon John, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
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130 CAMBRIDGE dIrECTOBT. 



Hinds John, laborer, h Charles cor Fourth 
Hine August, butcher, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Hines James, laborer, h rear 12 Washington 
Hinkley Leander C. bds 49 Market 
Hinnefin Michael, hostler, h Cambridge n First 
Hinton Francis, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Hinz Kormiloreits, leather dresser, h 2 Brooks' Building 
Hiscock Simon, bacon curer, bds 298 Main 
Hitchcock Alfred M. b salesman, Faneuil Hall, h Hamp- 
shire n Norfolk 
Hitchcock Alvin, b (Parsons, Cutler & Co.) dry goods, Fed- 
eral, bds 6 Norfolk 
Hitchins Nathan, mariner, h 5 Washington 
Hixon Edward, b upholsterer, 171 Washington, h Franklin 

cor Pearl 
Hixon George, b upholsterer, h Harvard n Davis 
Hixon Martin, b upholsterer, h Harvard n Moore 
Hobbs Curtis, (Reed &) boots and shoes, Bridge, h 133 Cam- 
bridge 
Hobbs Daniel, b type foundry, h Tremont op Garden 
Hobbs Francis, b bookbinder, bds 34 Cherry 
Hobbs James, b house carver, h Austin 
Hobbs Jeremiah S. b carpenter, h School n Cherry 
Hobbs John, constable, 80 Cambridge, h 96 Thorndike 
Hobbs Moses H. bookbinder, h Cherry n School 
Hobbs William H. clock repairer, h Cherry n School 
Hodge John, laborer, h Pearl cor Perry 
Hodge Richard, miller, h Hancock n Green 
Hodges Dorcas Mrs. fancy goods, h Second 
Hodges Joseph jr. clergyman, h Appian Way 
Hodges Richard M. clergyman, h \\ aterhouse cor Garden 
Hodsdon Benjamin, b salesman, bds 48 Spring 
Hoeffner Joseph, cabinet maker, h 4 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Hoffman John, cabinet maker, h 33 Spring 
Hoffmann Louis, chemist, h Shepard 
Hogan James, laborer, h Ellery n Harvard 
Hogan John, laborer, h Antrim n Broadway 
Hogan John, laborer, h Columbia n Washington 
Hogan John, mariner, h Harvard n Davis 
Hoisington Stillman M. sash maker, h Short n Magazine 
Hoit Joseph, glass' cutter, h 100 Thorndike 
Holbrook Daniel, b real estate broker, 17 Scollay's Build- 
ing, h Sumner 
^olbrook M. N. publisher, bds Brattle House, Brattle Sq. 
Holden Alvin, wooden ware dealer, h 42 Washington 
Holden Amos P. musician, h 2 Essex Court 
Holland Andrew, b printer, h 25 School Place 
Holland Edward, laborer, h Green n Bay 
I Holland Frederic W. clergvman, h 57 Otis 



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Holland John, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 

Holland Michael, laborer, h 12 North 

Holland Patrick, laborer, h Bridge 

Hollinger Daniel, shoemaker, h 1 Brooks' Building 

Holling worth John, leather dresser, bds n Almshouse 

Hollis Charles, chemist, h Columbia cor Market 

Hollis Charles H. ornamental painter, bds Columbia cor 
Market' 

Holman Eben P. printer, h Main n Putnam 

Holman John, b (Manning, Glover & Co.) curled hair and 
feathers, 49 North Market, h Broadway n Norfolk 

Holman Lucy, Mrs. h Ellery 

Holmes Charles C. (Daily &) livery stable, bds Lechmere 
House 

Holmes Isaac C. (J. A. & Co,) grocer, Main, cor Magazine, 
h Allston 

Holmes John, b attorney, 11 Court, bds Holmes Place 

Holmes Joseph A. (& Co.) grocer, Main, cor Magazine, h 
Walnut 

Holmes Lydia Mrs. h Magazine cor Webster 

Holmes Orpheus, b 14 Long Wharf, boarding house Main n 
Norfolk 

Holmes Sarah Mrs. h Holmes Place 

Holt James L. painter and glazier, h South cor Dunster 

Holt Larkin, teamster, h South 

Holt Oliver C, box maker, h Front 

Holt Samuel, truckman, h Cambridge n Seventh 

Holt Samuel F. bds Cambridge n Seventh 

Holt Samuel H. b blacksmith, h Chestnut 

Holt William B. blacksmith, bds Front 

Holt Wilson D. box maker, bds Front 

Holway Phillip, jeweler, 327 Hanover, h 1 Harrison Ave- 
nue 

Holyoke Charles 0. b architect, 13 Webster Building, Ex- 
change, bds cor Mt. Auburn and Holyoke Place 

Homer Charles S. merchant, h Howard n Mt. Auburn 

Homer Charles S. jr. chemist, bds Howard 

Homer Charles W. b (Homers, Ladd & Co.) merchant, 
100 Federal, h Garden 

Homer .Jacob, b assistant clerk Police Court, bds Church 

Homer Levi P. instructor in music, H. U. Divinity Hall 

Homer Mary B. h Church 

Homer Moore R. provision dealer, G2 Elm cor Hampshire 

Homer William P. b curtain maker, h 152 Norfolk 

Hooker Anson, physician, h 86 Cambridge 

Hooker Anson P. physician, bds 86 Cambridge 

Hooker Edward, physician, bds 86 Cambridge 

Hooker Henry, gas fitter b h Columbia n Washington 

Hooker Hiram, teamster, h Columbia n Main 

Hooker Hiram W. bread dealer, bds Mt Auburn n Brighton 
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132 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Hope Eugene, printer, h Hancock n Main 

Hooper Elizabeth Mrs. nurse, South 

Hopkins Edward, laborer, h Elm n Cambridge 

Hopkins James, morocco worker, h Hampshire n Prospect 

Hopkins James, currier, h Hampshire 

Hopkins John G. glass maker, h 70 Spring 

Hopkins Josiah, clerk, bds 397 Main 

Hopkins Thomas, glass maker, h Spring 

Hopkinson Thomas, Mrs. h Phillips Place 

Hoppin Nicholas, clergyman, h Follen 

Horen David, laborer, h North n East 

Horen Patrick, tailor, h Dublin 

Horagan John, laborer, h Prospect cor Harvard 

Horn Oliver, ice man, bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 

Horsford Eben N. Rumford Professor and Lecturer on the 

Application of the Sciences to the Useful Arts, H. U. 

h Kirkland 
Hosmer Henry Z. b clerk, bds 548 Main 
Hosmer Horace H. mason, bds 54 Essex 
Hosmer James, b clerk, bds 548 Main 
Hosmer Zelotes, b hardware, 110 Milk, h 548 Main 
Houghton Augustine, waiter Willard's restorator, Main 
Houghton Barnard, glass packer, bds Prospect n Broadway 
Houghton George, carpenter, bds 298 Main 
Houghton Henry 0. printer, Riverside, h 1 Ellery 
Houghton Isaac, h River n Harrison Avenue 
Houghton Lucy A. Mrs. h 10 Tremont 
Houghton Moses B. Union Glass House, Somerville, h 47 

Prospect 
Houghton Thomas P. building mover, h Hastings n Moore 
Houghton William sen. bds 1 Ellery 
Houghton William jr. printer, bds Harrison Avenue 
Hovey Anna Mrs. h Green n Bay 

Hovey Charles M. (& Co.) nursery, Cambridge, b 7 Mer- 
chants' Row, h Broadway n Fayette 
Hovey Ebenezer (& Co.) bacon curer, h 38 State 
Hovey Eliza and Caroline, Misses, h 8 Brookline 
Hovey Horatio N. grocer, cor Third, h 89 Otis 
Hovey James G. b importer fancy goods, 27 Milk, h 442 

Main 
Hovey John, carriage and sign painter, bds Appian Way 
Hovey J. Dana grocer, Main, h 360 Main 
Hovey Phineas B. b (Hovey & Co.) Agricultural Warehouse 

and Seed Store, 7 Merchants' Row, h 9 Brookline 
Hovey Sarah Mrs. h 296 Main 
Hovey Walter, b h River cor Williams 
Hovey William B. b 32 Faneuil Hall Market, h 13 Williams 
How Timothy, slater, bds Mrs. Buxton's, Harvard Square 

cor Brighten 
Howard Hannah E. Mrs. h Gore n Third 



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Howard Jeremiah, blacksmith, h 16 Sixth 

Howard Peter J. hairdresser, Main, bds Main cor Austin 

Howard Peter M. clothing store and broker, June Austin 

and Main 
Howard William, laborer, at Fresh Pond House, Wyeth's 

Lane 
Howe Avery, (& Teel) bacon curer, h 132 Harvard 
Howe Celotia & Charlotte B. h Mt. Auburn n Holyoke 
Howe David, bacon curer, h 292 Main 
Howe David, jr. b furniture dealer, 84 Blackstone, h Avon 

n Linnaean 
Howe Elias, h Windsor n Washington 
Howe Estes, b City Exchange, h Oxford cor Kirkland 
Howe George, paver, bds 88 Third 
Howe Henry W. bds Harvard n Dana 
Howe John E. stereotyper, bds 290 Main 
Howe Jonathan, b 17 Central, h Harvard cor Dana 
Howe Lyman W. bacon curer, h 294 Main 
Howe Moses A. clergyman, h 53 Prospect 
Howe Otis, b spring bed manufacturer, 37 and 39 Brattle, 

h 290 Main 
Howe Robert, slater, h Cambridge n Prospect 
Howe Samuel S. b (Davis &) furnishing store, Commer- 
cial, h 211 Harvard 
Howe Sarah L. Mrs. h Garden 
Howe Thomas J. b salesman, bds 290 Main 
Howe Tyler, b spring bed manufacturer, 37 and 39 Brattle, 

h 290 Main 
Howe William, conductor Union E. R. h Somerville 
Howes Benjamin F. teamster, bds 6 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Howes Edwin, fisherman, h 48 Gore 
Howes Solomon, shipmaster, h Prospect cor Harvard 
Howlan James, b pickle dealer, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Howlet John, h 3 Harrison Avenue 
Howlett Enoch D. cigar maker, h Broadway L P 
Howlett Enoch J. cigar maker, h Broadway L P 
Howlett George C. cigar dealer, h Broadway n Windsor 
Howlett Joseph P. cigar maker, h Broadway L P 
Howlett William, cigar maker, Main, h Pioneer cor Broad- 
way L P 
Hoyt Benjamin J. carpenter, bds 45 Cottage 
Hoyt Benjamin S. stone cutter, h Otis u Seventh 
Hoyt Moses, laborer, h 45 Cottage n Pearl 
Hubbard Appleton, conductor Union R. R. h Watertown 
Hubbard Gardner Greene, b counsellor, 5 Congress, h 

Brattle 
Hubbard Harrison R. produce dealer, h 73 Cambridge 
Hubbard William, provision dealer, 70 Cambridge, h Se- 
cond n Gore 



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134 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Hue-kins Albert, expressman, h Pearl n Perry 

Hudson Thomas S. glass cutter, h 38 Gore 

Huff Wilmot, glass cutter, h Leighton Court 

Hughes Alexander, grocer, h Third u Gore 

Hughes Frederick, h 43 Fourth 

Hughes John, laborer, h n Spruce 

Hughes Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 

Huins Robert, teamster, h 16 Harvard 

Hull Edmund B. b 95 North, h 59 Otis 

Humphrey Benjamin F. b bookbinder, h Otis n Sixth 

Humphrey Charles E. carpenter, h Medford n Windsor 

Humphrey David, b 25 Long Wharf, h Main cor Ellery 

Humphrey Seth L. carpenter, h Main L P 

Humphrey Sophia Mrs. h Harvard n Harvard Square 

Hunnewell Anna Mrs. h Milk n Porter's Station 

Hunnewell Charles, carriage maker, h Brattle 

Hunnewell Charles H. conductor Union R. R. h Mt Auburn 

op Hilliard 
Hunnewell Franklin, paper hanger, Brattle cor Palmer, h 

Hilliard cor Daniels's Court 
Hunnewell James A. jeweler, Harvard Square cor Dunster 

h Ash Street Court 
Hunnewell William, grocer, 71 Cambridge, h 168 Cam- 
bridge 
Hunson Henry, fish market, 87 Cambridge, h rear Third n 

Gore 
Hunt Alonzo F. b clerk, bds 107 Cambridge 
Hunt Hannah G. Mrs. h 107 Cambridge 
Hunt John, mariner, h 138 Gore 
Hunt Samuel F. soap manufacturer, h Clark 
Hunter James, glass cutter, h 65 Gore 
Hunting Bela, bds Brattle 
Hunting Charles B. b commission merchant, 8 Rowe's 

Wharf, h Brattle 
Hunting George B. bds Auburn 
Hunting Henry E. expressman, h Broadway n Davi9 
Huntington Frederick D. Preacher to the University, and 
• Plummer Professor of Christian Morals, H. U. h Quin- 

cy cor Harvard 
Huntington James, watch maker, Harvard Square, h Bow 
Hurd Amos D. wheelwright, Palmer, h rear Palmer 
Hurd James M. carpenter, bds 44 Norfolk 
Hurd Willard, teamster, h Leighton Court 
Hurlbut William, b salesman, 122 and 124 Federal, h 112 

Norfolk 
Hurley Edmund, laborer, h Dublin 
Hurley Florence, csrpenter, h 7 North 
Hurley John, stone cutter, h 103 Bridge 
Hurley Matthew, laborer, h n Brick Yard 
Hurley Mary Mrs. h East n Bridge 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 135 

Hurlev Patrick, laborer, h 13 North 

Hurley Thomas, laborer, bds Broadway n Dana 

Hurley Timothy, laborer, h Lambert ri Cambridge 

Hurley William, laborer, h Cambridge n Seventh 

Hutchins Samuel, printer, h Ash Street Court 

Hutchinson Erastus, carpenter, h Spruce 

Hutchinson James B. b bookkeeper, h Pleasant n Main 

Hutchinson John, carpenter, h Pleasant n Main 

Hutchinson Thomas, b clerk, bds 19 Sixth 

Hutchinson Thomas, soap maker, h Charles n Fourth 

Hutton Robert, cigar maker, h Cambridge n Windsor 

Hyde Edward, dry goods, 481 Main, h 42 Franklin 

Hyde Frances A. assistant teacher Harvard Middle School, 

bds Broadway cor Columbia 
Hyde Isaac, planing mill, Brighton, b Mt. Auburn n Ash 
Hyde Margaret Miss, h Vine n Fourth 
Ide Samuel C baker, bds 49 Cambridge 
Ingalls Edward, upholsterer, bds 44 Essex 
ingalls Edward B. upholsterer, Harvard n Norfolk, bds 44 

Essex 
Ingalls John D. pump and block maker, h 85 Norfolk 
Ingalls John R. pump and bl :>ck maker, h 44 Essex 
Ingalls Levi,b (Lombard & Co.) merchant, Lewis's Wharf, 

h Mt. Auburn cor Ash 
Innis Catharine, h 53 Gore 

Ireland Ripley A. box maker, bds Clark cor Broadway 
Ireland Sally'Mrs. h Mt. Auburn n Brattle 
Ireson Adeline M. teacher Washington Middle School, bds 

Garden cor Appian Way 
Ireson Mary Mrs. h Garden cor Appian Way 
Isaac Thomas, b tailor, h School Place 
Ivers Francis, carriage maker, bds Everett Place n Mt. 

Auburn 
Jackson William, carpenter, bds 0. Holmes's, Main 
Jacobs Bela F. b attorney, Scollay's Buildings, h Pleasant 

cor Franklin 
Jacobs Hannah C. Mrs. h Green n Magazine 
Jacobs Justin A. b attorney, Scollay's Buildings, h Plea- 
sant cor Franklin 
Jacobs Sarah, h Pleasant cor Franklin 
James Henry, miller, h Pearl cor Perry 
James Samuel, grocer, Main n Norfolk, h 26 Worcester 
Jameson Nathan W. C. b bds 11 Norfolk 
Jaques Isaac J. carpenter, h North Avenue 
Jaques Mary J. Miss,tailoress, bds Hdyoke 
Jaques Mary Mrs. h Holyoke 
Jarvis Rebecca P. Miss, h North Avenue 
Jefferds James F. real estate agent, Brighton, h Winthrop 

Square 
Jenkins Melinda Mrs. h 28 School 



136 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Jenkins Samuel R. pedler, h 6 Third 

Jenks George R. ph} T sician, office Melledge's Block, Main 

Jenness Lydia Mrs. h Portland 

Jennings Augustus L. cigar maker, bds 324 Main 

Jennings Edward T. blacksmith, h 22 Jennings 

Jennings Henry, baker, bds Elm n Broadway 

Jennings James, laborer, h n Spruce 

Jennings John D. merchant tailor, Main, h Suffolk n Colum- 
bia 

Jennings Joseph, wheelwright, h 324 Main 

Jennings Levi, b shoe dealer, Pearl, h Harvard n Columbia 

Jennings Rachel F. Mrs. h Harvard n Essex 

Jennings Thomas, h Pearl cor Perry 

Jennings Thomas W. mason, h Front n Main 

Jennison James, jr. Tutor in History, and Instructor in El- 
ocution, rooms 20 Holworthy 

Jepson Samuel G. b brass finisher, bds Leighton Court 

Jewell Hosea, real estate agent, Main op Brookline, h Frank- 
lin n Pearl 

Jewett Arthur, painter, bds 63 Cambridge 

Jewett James, b organ builder, bds 30 Second 

Jiez Damiess, rope spinner, h Short, Ward Three 

Johnson Abraham, carpenter, h Hastings 

Johnson Alexander, laborer, h Willow 

Johnson Charles, lather, h Dunster cor Mt. Auburn 

Johnson Charles A. bds Short, Ward Two - 

Johnson Charles R. clerk Winchester's soap works, bds 62 
Thorn dike 

Johnson Ebenezer, laborer, h Portland 

Johnson Edward, laborer, h rear Court 

Johnson Francis H. b clerk, h Union 

Johnson George W. shipmaster, h Amory n Summer 

Johnson Henry, b h 12 Hastings 

Johnson Joseph H. hairdresser, bds 37 Cambridge 

Johnson Osgood, principal High School, b::s Kirkland Place 

Johnson Sarah Mrs. h Auburn n Brookline 

Johnson Solon, omnibus driver, h 26 Fifth 

Johnson Theresa M. (Alleyn &) milliner, h 43 Cambridge 

Johnson William Otis, physician, Brattle cor Mason 

Johnson William S. laborer, h 4 Short 

Johnston George, glass cutter, h Gore n Fifth 

Jones Andrew, mason, h 31 Second 

Jones Andrew J. blacksmith, "Church cor Palmer, h Shep- 
ard n North Avenue 

Jones Austin K. wheelwright, h Mt. Auburn n Putnam 

Joues Benjamin D. b h 34 State 

Jones Charles, clergyman, h River cor Jay 

Jones Charles L. (& Co.) b soap manufacturer, 4 South 
Market, h Harvard cor Lee 

Jones Francis, carpenter, h Sixth 

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Jones Henry E. soap manufacturer, Pearl, h 28 Pearl 

Jones Henry M. b bds 34 State 

Jones Isaac F. clerk, Probate Office, bds Cambridge cor 

Sixth 
Jones Jonathan jr. produce dealer, h Broadway op Board- 
man 
Jones Luther H. shoemaker, bds Mrs. Eaton's, Western Av 
Jones Joseph H. carpenter, h Washington n Columbia 
Jones John L. printer, h 136 Green n Bay 
Jones Leonard S. b (Fay, Jones & Stone,) shoe dealer, 94 

Pearl, h Kirkland 
Jones Lucius A. b (C. L. & Co.) 4 South Market, h Norfolk 

cor Austin 
Jones Luther H. shoemaker, bds Kinnard cor Western 

Avenue 
Jones Mark A. druggist, bds 57 Cambridge 
Jones Mary M. Mrs. teacher Mason Alphabet School, bds 48 

Magazine 
Jones Nathaniel, b carpenter, bds Maine op Hancock 
Jones Orrin G. expressman, 2 Harvard Row, h Gerry n Mt. 

Auburn 
Jones Robert, b currier, h 39 Pine n Harvard 
Jones Robert G. stone cutter, bds Mt. Auburn cor Dunster 
Jones Robert D. b salesman, h Inman n Cambridge 
Jones Samuel, ropemaker, bds Harrison Avenue 
Jones Sarah T. Mrs. 152 Harvard n Columbia 
Jones Sarah T. Miss, b teacher Eliot School, bds 152 Harvard 
Jones Simon P. cabinet maker, h 30 Gore 
Jones Thatcher, conductor Union R. R. bds Brattle 
Jones Thomas, physician, h Inman n Hampshire 
Jones William laborer, h 26 Gore 
Jones William, cabinet maker, h 58 Thorndike 
Jones William H. jeweler, Harvard Square, bds Mt. Au- 
burn n Putnam 
Jones William R. soap manufacturer, Pearl, h Williams n 

Magazine 
Jordan John, mariner, h 2 Washington 
Joseph Charles, glass maker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Joseph Frances Ann Mrs. h Portland 
Josslyn Ellis K. b comb maker, Water cor Washington, h 

21 Washington 
Joy George M. printer, bds Village 
Kaanan Michael, carpenter, h Hampshire n Prospect 
Kahlmeyer Henry, brush maker, Sixth n Charles 
Kallaher Luke, laborer, bds Broadway L P 
Kane Thomas, machinist, h Suffolk 
Kannay Thomas, mason, h Sargent 
Kating Thomas, brush maker, at Sheriff & Co.'s, bds 

Boston 
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138 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Kavanagh William, cabinet maker, h North n East 

Kavanagh William, safe maker, h North 

Kazniakowski Leon, b Carver, h Hastings 

Kearns Michael, upholsterer, bds 8 Gore 

Keay Alfred H. carpenter, h Spruce 

Keay Erburn S. farmer, h Raymond 

Keebler Mihil, currier, h Broadway nlnman 

Keefe James, laborer, h n Dublin 

Keef Dennis, h North n Short 

Keef Thomas, laborer, h East n North 

Keef Timothy, b blacksmith, h Columbia n Hampshire 

Keenan Patrick, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Kegan Lawrence, b baker, h 84 Third 

Keho James, marble worker, h Harvard n Main 

Kehoe Michael, brush maker, at Sheriff & Co's, bds Bos- 
ton 

Keith Mary Ann Mrs. h Prospect cor Summer 

Kellam John H. grocer, h Harvard n Main 

Keleher Daniel, laborer, h Spruce n Brick Yard 

Kelleher Dennis, laborer, h Broadway n Fayette 

Kelleher Patrick, laborer, h Spruce 

Kelley Benjamin G. spring bed maker, h Prospect n Hamp- 
shire 

Kelley Daniel, grocer, h Cambridge cor Windsor 

Kelley Daniel, laborer, h 101 Bridge 

Kelley Daniel, laborer, h Water n Lowell R. R. 

Kelley Edward, teamster, h Bridge 

Kelley Hugh, laborer, h Willow Place 

Kelley James, laborer, h Suffolk 

Kelley John, laborer, h Short 

Kelley John, blacksmith, h 84 Fourth 

Kelley John, stone cutter, bds Windsor n School 

Kelley Mary Mrs. h North n East 

Kelley Patrick, soap maker, h Second n Gore 

Kelley Rose Mrs. h Green 

Kelley Sarah F. assistant teacher Broadway Primary 
School, bds 23 Worcester 

Kelley Susan Mrs. h Water cor North 

Kelley Thomas, stone cutter, h Hancock 

Kelly Amasa S. (& Co.) clothing store, Main op Pearl, h 
Cottage n River 

Kelly Charles T laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Kelly Christopher, laborer, h North n East 

Kelly John, currier, h Hampshire 

Kelly John, laborer, at Misses Upham, Kirkland 

Kelly Julia L. Mrs. h Third cor Charles 

Kelly Michael, laborer, h Charles Court 

Kelly Michael, b laborer, h Amory n Hampshire 

Kelly Mrs. h 6 North 

Kelly Owen, hostler, bds Fitzpatrick's, Gore 



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139 



Kelly Patrick, laborer, Harvard, h Harvard n Main 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h Fourth cor Charles 

Kelly William, laborer, h North n East 

Kelrea William, bookkeeper, bds Columbia n Worcester 

Kelsey Isabella E. teacher YVinthrop Primary School, bds 

Orchard cor Beech 
Kelsey James H. b (Shapleigh, Kelsey & Co.) merchant, 19 

and 20 India, h North Avenue 
Kelty Michael, teamster, h 33 Washington 
Kemp Hiram A. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.) granite dealer, 

Bridge, h Boston 
Kemp Lysander, soap maker, h Harvard n Moore 
Kemp William N. stone cutter, h Otis n Sixth 
Kempton Horace W. carpenter bds 51 Mt Auburn 
Kendall James A. clergyman, h Winthrop corHolyoke 
Kendall James B. bds Winthrop cor Holyoke 
Kendall John, carpenter h Willow Place 
Kendall Newell A. conductor Boston & Lowell E. E. h 62 

Cambridge 
Kendall Peter, carpenter, h Lee cor West 
Kendall Sarah Mrs. h 4 Eliot 
Kendrick Henry, teamster, h 12 Leighton Court 
Kenlan John, carpenter, h Willow Place 
Kennard Benjamin, printer, h 59 Mt. Auburn 
Kennard William L. printer, bds 59 Mt. Auburn 
Kennedy Artemas, cracker baker, Main, h 336 Main 
Kennedy Catharine Mrs. h Dublin 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, h Medford cor Windsor 
Kennedy James, laborer, h Elm n Cambridge 
Kennedy John, b porter, h Elm 
Kennedy John, saddler, bds Main L P 
Kennedy Owen, waiter, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Kennedy Owen, laborer, h Harvard 

Kennedy Philip, wheelwright, bds Mt. Auburn cor Dunster 
Kennedy Thomas, gardener, at Mr. Wells', Brattle 
Kenney John, tinman, h 2 Brooks' Building 
Kenney Patrick, carpenter, h n Mt. Auburn 
Kenniston Elizabeth Mrs. h 97 Cambridge' 
Kenny Michael C. (& Peirce) ice dealer, h 92 Otis 
Kenrick Enoch B. student, h Green cor Pleasant 
Kent Charles, driver Union E. E. h Green n Western Avenue 
Kent James B. conductor Union E. E. h School Court 
Kent William b 2 1-2 Milk, h 2 Kinnard corEiver 
Kent William 0. b bookkeeper, bds Main cor Hancock 
Kent William H. (Flint &) lumber dealer, Bridge, h Boston 
Kent William L. b bookkeeper, h 54 Prospect 
Kerr James, laborer, h n Third 
Kershaw Edward, b lock maker, h Harvard n Clark 
Kershaw Eobert, b (Edwards, Fernald &) safe maker, Bow- 

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140 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Kertell George, carver, h 45 Sixth 

Kerett John, stone cutter, bds Fourth 

Kezar Sarah F. private school, under Baptist Church, Cam- 
bridge cor Fourth 

Kezar Ellen M. private School, under Baptist Church, Cam- 
bridge cor Fourth 

Kidder Daniel T. b wharfinger, 13 Rowe's Wharf, h 476 
Main 

Kiebler Michael, leather dresser, bds n Almshouse 

Kiernan James, furniture dealer, Brattle, h Ellery 

Kiernan Mary Mrs. h Ellery 

Kiernan Thomas J. janitor, Harvard Library, bds Ellery 

Killarn Margaret W. Mrs. h Suffolk 

Killian Patrick, laborer, h Baldwin 

Kimball Charles A. b 37 Brattle, h 50 Austin 

Kimball Smith, laborer, bds rear 71 Cambridge 

Kimball William, (William Kimball & Co.) merchant tailor, 
Harvard Row, bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 

King Bernard, laborer, h Third n Charle3 

King Edward, boarding house, 32 Gore 

King George W. b (Hovey & Co.) commission merchant, 
60 Blackstone, h Amory n Broadway 

King Jerusha Mrs. h Brighton 

King Michael, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

King Michael, shoemaker, bds Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

King Patrick, laborer, h 17 Washington n Main 

King Phebe Mrs. h 103 Cambridge 

King Robert, laborer, h Prince cor Pleasant 

King Thomas, bootmaker, bds Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

King Thomas G. shoemaker, bds Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

King Samuel A. b butter, &c. dealer, 43 North Market, h 

12 Cottage 
Kingman Heman P. b book dealer, bds Harvard n Lee 
Kingsley Chester W. b (Walker & Kingsley) dealer in beef, 

pork, &c. Portland cor Traverse, if North Avenue 
Kinnear John W. bds cor Tremont and Hampshire 
Kinnear Margaret Mrs. h Tremont, cor Hampshire 
Kinney Thomas, mason, h Prince 
Kinsley Edward B. clerk, bds 4 Gore 
Kinsley Eli C. b clerk, 23 India, bds 34 Spring 
Kinsley Henry W. glass mixer, h 88 Third 
Kinsman J. B. b attorney, bds Brattle He use, Brattle Sq 
Kinsman John 0. b machinist, h Watson 
Kirby Edward, laborer, h n Brick Yard 
Kirby Eli, laborer, bds 51 Winter 
Kirby George, engineer, bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 
Kittredge Emmeline, assistant teacher High School, bds 

Mr. Dimick's, Cambridge 
Kittredge Jesse H. h rear Fisk's Block, Main 
Kivlan Peter, teamster, h 1 Winter 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 141 



Kivlan William, printer, h 7 Winter 

Klingberg Carl E. h Spring cor Fifth 

Kneeland Henry, teamster, rear Webster School House 

Kneeland Thomas, laborer, h 1 Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Knight Charles, grocer, Harvard, h 56 Washington 

Knight Joseph E. b 234 Washington, h 15 Third 

Knight Samuel D. b (Bigelow, Ball &) 75 Pearl, h Norfolk 

n Main 
Knights Michael, ship carpenter, h North Avenue 
Knights Samuel C. auctioneer, h Green n Hancock 
Knowles David K. overseer slaughter house, h 120 Cam- 
bridge 
Knowles William F. b clerk, h 40 Tremont 
Knowlton Abraham, mason, h Webster Place 
Kolthe William, b coppersmith, h 2 Brooks' Building 
Kormilowier Joseph, cabinet maker, h Brooks' Building 
Krabeen Francis, painter, h rear 10 Vine 
Kramer Sebastian, b lithographer, 20 State, bds Inman n 

Hampshire 
Kubler Michael, currier, h Broadway 
Kuhn Ann Miss, h 149 Harvard 
Kuhn Nancy Mrs. h Pine n Washington 
Kuhn George W. b 39 India Wharf, bds Pine n Washington 
Lachmeier Edmund, brush maker, bds Fifth cor Cam- 
bridge 
Ladd Ann E. assistant teacher Shepard Grammar School, 

bds Mr. Pearson's, Shepard 
Ladd George, carpenter, bds Mrs. Young's, Gerry 
Ladd John S. Justice Police Court, Pearl, h 27 Second 
Ladd Willard, carpenter, h Concord Avenue 
Ladd William H. b teacher Chauncey Hall School, bds 

Shepard cor Avon 
Lahan Michael, shoemaker, h North n East 
Laird Kobert B. b porter and ale dealer, h Pearl cor Wal- 
nut 
Laidler Hammond, clerk, h Third n Cambridge 
Lalley Thomas, plasterer and stucco worker, Brighton cor 

Brattle, h 4 Foster Place 
Lally Patrick, laborer, h Cambridge cor Windsor 
Lamb James, (& Maguire,) blacksmith, h Washington n Co- 
lumbia 
Lamear Lewis, b porter, h Charles Court 
Lamson Henry, mason, h Bowdoin Place 
Lamson Henry A. mason, h South 
Lamson Rufus, mason, h 54 Essex 
Lamson Rufus W. mason, bds 54 Essex 
Landrous James, laborer, bds Dublin 
Lane Dennis, laborer, h Broadway n Fayette 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, Cambridge, h Somerville 
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Lane George M. University Professor of Latin, and Regis- 
trar, H. U. rooms 21 Stoughton 

Lane Gilmaja G. carpenter, bds Mrs. Young's, Gerry 

Lane Harriet N. teacher Putnam Grammar School, bds 37 
Spring 

Lane Martin, h Main op Inman 

Lane Patrick, laborer, h Spruce 

Lane Patrick, laborer, bds Dublin 

Lane Rogers, organ builder, h 61 Spring 

Lane William, laborer, h n Dublin 

Lane William S. brush maker, h rear Gore, btwn Fifth and 
Sixth 

Lang John, mason, bds 1 Front 

Lang John, cigar maker, h Front 

Lang Mary Ann Mrs. boarding house, 1 Front 

Langdon Henry S. bds 5 Chestnut 

Langley Daniel, soap maker, h 26 East 

Langley Israel, cigar maker, h rear Vine n Fourth 

Langley John 0. b medicines, 99 Union, h 134 Cambridge 

Langley Joseph, soap maker, bds rear 71 Cambridge 

Langley Lauren F. pedler, h Gore n Lambert 

Langley Levi, box maker, bds Daniel Langley, 26 East 

Langley Noah W. glass cutter, h 81 Spring 

Langley Vowel 1, bds 134 Cambridge 

Langmaid Samuel H. b carriage maker, Turnpike, h Kirk- 
land cor Baldwin 

Lanergan Andrew, (Sanderson &) pyrotechnist, h 64 Spring 

Lanergan Henry, carpenter, bds 54 Spring 

Lanoni Andrew, cook, Porter's, North Avenue, h Maple 

Lansing Abraham, Secretary and Treasurer Cambridge 
Mutual Insurance Company, Main cor Essex, h 67 
Pleasant 

Larkin Andrew, carpenter, bds Mt. Auburn cor Dunster 

Learned Amos F. b telegraph amenuensis 17 Devonshire, h 
Moore cor Harvard 

Laselle George S. b bookkeeper, Harvard n Essex 

Lassell Sarah E. Mrs. bds 110 Thorndike 

Latham Bridget Mrs. h Granger's Block, Bridge 

Law John, fireman Lowell R. R. bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 

Lawdler Patrick, laborer, h n Spruce 

Lawless Michael, stone cutter, bds Ellery 

Lawler James, cooper, h Prince 

Lawrence 4-hxwon, watchman, h Pearl cor Auburn 

Lawrence Anna, h Porter's Block, Brighton cor Brattle 

Lawrence Centre H. printer, bds 25 River 

Lawrence James K. (T. Hastings & Co.) grocer, h 29 Sec- 
ond 

Lawrence William B. clerk, bds 29 Second 

Laws David L. b bookkeeper, Merchants' Bank, h Harrison 
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Laws Lewis Mrs. h Broadway cor Inman 

Laws William, polisher, h 259 Main 

Learned Lucian S. blank-book manufacturer, h Main cor 

Lee 
Leary Dennis, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 
Leary Dennis, laborer, h West n Inman 
Leary John, carpenter, h Dublin 
Leary Patrick, laborer, h 8 North 
Leary Timothy, laborer, bds Cambridge cor Windsor 
Leathe William, h State 
Leaver Oliver H. b (Simmons, Piper & Co.) h Seventh n 

Thorndike 
Leavitt John L. b 7 East Clinton, h Cambridge btwn Inman 

and Fayette 
Leavitt Kufus, machinist, h Harvard op Boardman 
Leavitt William, b (Bourn &) carpenter, Charles, h 76 Wind- 
sor 
LeCraw David E. b coal dealer, Broad, bds 98 Otis 
Lefebvre Cezarine Mrs. teacher of French, h Appian Way 
Lefebvre Marie Miss, teacher of French, bds Appian Way 
Lee Joseph L. cabinet maker, 44 Spring 
Leeds Daniel D. b 339 Washington, h Franklin n Pleasant 
LeFrancis Thomas, cigar manufacturer, h Hampshire n 

Tremont 
LeFrancis Thomas jr. clerk, bds Hampshire n Tremont 
LeFrancis Peter, cigar maker, h 63 Washington 
Lehan Daniel, blacksmith, Gore, h 17 Fourth 
Leighton Andrew, laborer, h 12 North 
Leighton James E. glass maker, h 19 Winter 
Leighton John, glass cutter, h Second n Gore 
Leighton John H. glass maker, h Winter n Third 
Leighton Oliver T. clerk Union Store, 61 Cambridge, h 

Seventh n Otis 
Leighton Robert E. glass maker, h 33 Winter 
Leighton William, superintendent N. E. Glass Works, h 

101 Spring 
Leighton William jr. clerk, bds 101 Spring 
Leland Daniel, b 41 Ferry, h Prospect n Harvard 
Lemire Louis, b saloon, 61 Pitts, h Broadway L P 
Lemon Augustus F. bookbinder, Remington, h Green n 

Putnam 
Lemure Hannah P. Mrs. h 34 Cherry 
Lenfest Solomon, currier, h Baldwin n Kirkland 
Lenfest Solomon jr. printer, h Green 
Lennehan Charles, teamster, h 136 Bridge 
Lennehan William, teamster, bds 136 Bridge 
Lenon Michael, laborer, h Suffolk n Columbia 
Lennon John, private watchman, h Perry cor Pearl 
Leon Gerradin, marble sawer, h rear 10 Vine 
Leonard Abiel, laborer, h Auburn n Brookline 



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144 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Leonard Charles C. W. restorator, Main, h 310 Main 

Leonard Gilman P. laborer, h Seventh 

Leonard Hiram, produce dealer, h Otis n Sixth 

Leonard Isaac, cabinet maker, h 1 State 

Leonard Michael, laborer h Vine n Third 

Leonard Sam'l R. conductor Union R. R. bds Main n Pearl 

Lerned Asiel H. coal dealer, h Main L P 

Lerned Benjamin, produce dealer, h North Avenue 

Lerned Benjamin G. farmer, h North Avenue 

Lerned Charles W. farmer, bds North Avenue 

Lerned John H. shoemaker, h Sumner 

Lerned Thomas P. (& Co.) coal dealer, Main L P, h Sumner 

Leverett Louisa, h 8 Holyoke 

Levy Abraham, clothirg store, 515 Main 

Levy Samuel, cigar maker, bds Main n Brookline 

Lewin John, shipmaster, h 12 Worcester 

Lewis Andress V. botanic medicine dealer, h Concord Av 

Lewis Ann, teacher Boardman Alphabet School, bds 62 
Washington 

Lewis Daniel, carriage maker, h Main n Douglass 

Lewis Enoch, laborer, h Garden 

Lewis Gabriel E. tailor, h Clark cor Harvard 

Lewis George W. laborer, h Garden 

Lewis Henry, b pickle dealer, 93 Broad, h 62 Washington 

Lewis Henry P. b printer, Williams n Magazine 

Lewis James M. carriage painter, bds Norfolk op Washington 

Lewis James W. b hairdresser, Washington, h Broadway n 
Inman 

Libby Joseph M, last maker, h 52 Thorndike 

Lillie Thomas, h 97 Otis 

Lincoln Charles A. carpenter, h 13 Fifth 

Lincoln George, carpenter, h 47 Winter 

Lincoln John L. carpenter, bds 60 Essex 

Lincoln Lendall, carpenter, h 60 Essex 

Lincoln Nathan, music teacher, h 61 Prospect 

Lincoln William F. carpenter, bds 47 Winter 

Linehan John, stone cutter, h Bridge 

Liney Joseph, b chandelier maker, bds Hastings n Moore 

Lines James, teamster, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Ling William, cabinet maker, h 1 Hastings 

Linn William H. plasterer, h Lincoln n Columbia 

Litchfield Allen, mason, h 9 Auburn 

Litchfield Davis C. painter, h 33 Auburn 

Litchfield Roland, carpenter, h 33 Auburn 

Litchfield Roland, jr. funeral undertaker, Messenger City 
Bank, h 381 Main 

Little Charles C. b (Brown & Co.) bookseller, 112 Wash- 
ington, h Brattle 

Little Edward P. b shoe dealer, Central, h Broadway n Co- 
lumbia 

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Little John, laborer, h n Pleasant 
Littlefield Hannah, dressmaker, bds 14 Pleasant 
Littlefield Joseph H. (& Estes) carpenter, h Trowbridge 
Littlefield Nathan C. b silversmith, bds Front 
Livermore Charles, spring bedsteads, bds Irving House 
Livermore Charles Frederick, bds Main cor Prescott 
Livermore George, b 98 Pearl, h Dana cor Main 
Livermore George W. attorney and notary public, h 354 

Main 
Livermore Isaac, b City Exchange, Treasurer Michigan 

Central R. R. h Main cor Prescott 
Livermore J. Frank, b clerk, bds 354 Main 
Livermore John,* (Nathaniel Livermore & Son,) soap man- 
ufacturer, 401 Main 
Livermore Josiah T. provision dealer, Main cor Prospect, h 

2 Prospect 
Livermore Kidder A. expressman, h Gerry 
Livermore Nathaniel, (& Son,) soap manufacturer, 399 Main 
Lober Charles, glass maker, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Lober Hepoletty, glass maker, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Lober Nicholas, glass blower, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Locklin William, janitor, h Harvard Block n Harvard 

Square 
Lochrin Michael, laborer, h Wright 
Lloyd Edwin, driver Union R. R. bds 2 Lambert Avenue 
Lloyd William, driver Union R. R. bds Concord Avenue 
Lloyd William, laborer, h Garden 
Logan James, printer, h 12 Brattle 
Logan James, laborer, h Kinsley Alley 
Logan John, laborer, h rear Bridge 
Logan Thomas, laborer, h 123 Bridge 
Locke Amos W. b hairdresser, Merrimack, h Norfolk n Har- 
vard 
Locke John A. stone cutter, h Otis n Sixth 
Locke John T. newspaper dealer, h 19 School Place 
Locke Lyman, stove dealer, h Harvard 
Locke Samuel H. Mrs. tailoress, North Avenue 
Lockhart David carpenter, h 152 Cambridge 
Lockhart William L. coffin maker, bds 152 Cambridge 
Lohan Matthew,, laborer, h Franklin Alley n Cambridge 
Lomax George H. mold maker, bds 19 Fourth 
Lomax John, harness maker, h 19 Fourth 
Lomax WLliam, soap maker, h 19 Fourth 
Lombard Benjamin, b 92 Pearl, h Cambridge n Fayette 
Lombard Nathan C. b draughtsman, h 33 State 
Londergin Lawrence, laborer, h Pine n Washington 
Londal Louis, painter, h rear 10 Vine 
Long Dennis, b h Harvard op Boardman 
Long William, laborer, h 16 North 
Longfellow Henry W. h Brattle 



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146 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Longshaw William, machinist, h 25 Winter 
Loomis Eben J. computer, bds Prospect n Harvard 
Looney Michael, candle maker, h Short n Pleasant 
Loring Edward G. b counsellor, 16 Court, h Kirkland cor 

Norton Place 
Loring John W. brewer, h Fifth cor Thorndike 
Loring William M. carpenter, h 49 Fifth 
Lothrop Charles B. b 6 Brattle, h Kiver cor Rockwell 
Lothrop Eliza, h Gore n Third 
Lothrop George B. b locksmith, 27 Dock Square, h Harvard 

n Columbia 
Lothrop James B. organ builder, h 74 Spring 
Lothrop James F. clerk, 74 Spring 
Loud Albert B. carver, bds 22 Fifth 
Loughrey William, policeman, h Main L_P 
Loupre Louis, laborer, h Spruce 
Love George, carpenter, h Willow 
Lovejoy Betsey Mrs. h Green n Pearl 
Lovejoy Charles, b clerk, h Park 
Lovejoy George, bbds Mrs. Buxton's, Harvard Square cor 

Brighton 
Lovejoy Joseph C. clergyman, Ji Charles cor Walnut 
Lovejoy Samuel I. h 29 Bow 
Loverkin Lawrence, baker, h Pine 

Loveriug Joseph, Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Nat- 
ural History, H. XL h Kirkland 
Lovett Catharine, dress maker, h Brattle 
Low Francis, (F. & J. Low,) carpenter, 2 Davenport's Car 

Factory, Main, h Essex cor Harvard 
Low John, (F. & J. Low,) carpenter, 2 Davenport's Car 

Factory, Main, h Essex cor Harvard 
Low Samuel P. carpenter, h 32 Auburn 
Lowell Charles, b merchant, h Quincy 
Lowell Charles, clergyman, h Elm wood, Elm wood Avenue 
Lowell James R., Smith Professor and Spanish Languages 

and Literatures, and Professor of Belles-Lettres, H. U. 

bds Dr. Howe's, Kirkland 
Lowry Mary A. C. Mrs. h Third cor Cambridge 
Loyd William, driver Union R. R. h Garden 
Lucas Edmund G. b clerk, bds 99 Cherry 
Lucy George, soap manufacturer, h Brookline cor Perry 
Lucy Isabella Mrs. h Pearl n Perry 

Luke Elijah H. grain store, MainL P, h Norfolk n Harvard 
Luke James, jr. (Fulton &) coal wharf, Main L P, h 21 

Worcester 
Lundergan Margaret, h 3 North 
Lunt Jane P. Mrs. h Third n Gore 
Lunt John b h 14 School Place 
Lunt Luvia M. teacher, Otis Grammar School, bds Spring 

n Fifth 



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Lunt Moses, curb and cistern maker, h Short n Magazine 

Lunt William, mold maker, bds Spring n Fifth 

Lum Isaac, h Broadway n Hampshire 

Lum Isaac E. merchant tailor, Main, bds Broadway n 
Hampshire 

Lumbard Lucy Mrs. h Anburn n Brookline 

Lunn Margaret Mrs. h Lincoln n Columbia 

Lyde Maria Miss, h Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

Lyman Anne Jean Mrs. h Garden 

Lyman Catharine D. teacher young ladies' school, h Brat- 
tle cor Hilliard 

Lyman Mary and Charlotte, h Brattle cor Hilliard 

Lynch Benjamin, clergyman, bds Fourth 

Lynch Bridget Mrs. h Main n Car Factory 

Lynch Eugene, laborer, h Antrim n Broadway 

Lynch James, laborer, h Dublin 

Lynch Jeremiah, laborer, bds 8 Gore 

Lynch Jeremiah, (Cal.) laborer, h North 

Lynch Mary Mrs. h Vine n Third 

Lynch Michael W. cigar maker, bds 54 River 

Lynch Patrick, laborer, h Harvard n Davis 

Lynch Patrick, laborer, h Brighton 

Lynch Peter, laborer, h Front 

Lynch Philip, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Lynch Richard, soap maker, h Pearl cor Perry 

Lynes Edward G. b agent gas works, 62 State, h Orchard 

Lynn Margaret Mrs. h Dublin 

Lyon George H. carpenter, bds Mt. Auburn cor Everett 
Place 

Lyon George W. b clerk, bds 66 Spring 

Lyon Hans, printer, h Kinnard 

Lyon Leonard, restorator, Harvard Square, h Everett Place 

Lyons Timothy, carpenter, h North Avenue 

Lyons Timothy, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 

Lyons William, cigar maker, bds 1 Front 

Mace Charles, teamster, h Willow Place 

Mace Mary Mrs. h North Avenue cor Harrison Place 

Mack Daniel, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 

Mack Michael, laborer, h Dunster 

Mack Timothy, laborer, h Dunster 

Mackey John, shoemaker, h Broadway n Trowbridge 

Mackintosh Dorcas Mrs. h 561 Main 

Mackintosh Henry B. b real estate broker, bds Mrs. Hol- 
man's, Ellery 

Mackintosh Sarah B. teacher Dana Hill Private School, h 
561 Main 

Madden Bernard, laborer, h Bridge n Craigie Bridge 

Madden Maurice, laborer, h Washington n Main 

Magee John, glass maker, h Willow Place 

Magee Martha W. h Waterhouse 



148 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Magoun Aaron B. Master Harvard Grammar School, h 
Broadway cor Prospect 

Magoun Elisha, machinist, h Fourth n Bridge 

Magoun Joseph, machinist, h 62 Otis 

Maguire Andrew, laborer, h rear 128 Bridge 

Maguire John, (Lamb &) blacksmith, Western Avenue n 
Main, h Washington n Columbia 

Maguire Philip, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 

Maguire Thomas, slater, bds Mrs. Buxton's, Harvard Sq. 
cor Brighton 

Mahan Alice E. Miss, millinery, 77 Cambridge, bds Cam- 
bridge n Windsor 

Mahan Charles J. hostler, h 17 Brooks* Building 

Mahan James, teamster, h 89 Gore 

Mahan John, tailor, h Bridge op Water 

Mahan Patrick, mason, bds Cambridge n "Windsor 

Mahan William, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 

Mahler Frederick, cabinet maker, h 2 Brooks' Building 

Mahn Frederick, b watch maker, 113 Washington, h 92 
Harvard 

Mahony John, shoemaker, h Main op Universalist Church 

Mahoney Cain, laborer, h Cambridge cor Seventh 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h 4 North 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer h Sargent 

Mahoney Edward, glass cutter, bds 32 Gore 

Mahoney-James, laborer, h 2 North 

Mahoney Jeremiah, stone cutter, bds North 

Mahoney Michael, laborer, h Spruce 

Mahoney Timothy 0. laborer, h North n Short 

Maiers John, varnisfier, h Chestnut 

Mallory Kichard P. b engraver, 96 Washington, h Windsor 
cor Hampshire 

Mallows James, provision dealer, Main, h 364 Main 

Malone Peter, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Maloney Garret, laborer, h W r illow Place 

Maloney Patrick, laborer, h Willow Place 

Maloney Patrick, carpenter, h Pearl cor Cottage 

Malony Maurice, laborer, h 8 North. 

Maloy Nelly Mrs. h Bridge 

Maney Michael, glass packer, h 81 Gore 

Manix John, laborer, h Hastings 

Mann James F. carver, bds Mrs. Molyneaux, Main 

Mann Jona. Superintendent Mt. Auburn Cemetery, h Brat- 
tle junction Mt. Auburn 

Mann Josiah H. carver, bds Mrs. Molyneaux, Main 

Manning Abby Miss, Holyoke n South 

Manning Elizabeth B, h Harvard btwn Linden and Chestnut 

Manning James, laborer, h Cambridge n First 

Manning John, b varnisher, h 65 Washington 

Manning John, laborer, h Franklin Alley n Cambridge 

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Manning Michael, laborer, h Willow Place 
Manning Michael, laborer, h Cambridge cor Medford 
Manning Patrick, laborer, h rear Concord Avenue n Catho- 
lic Church 
Mannka Eudolph, cabinet maker, h 3 Brooks' Building 
Mansfield Albert, cigar maker, h 317 Main 
Mansfield Daniel, Master Washington Grammar School, h 

Linden 
Mansfield Martha A. teacher Putnam Middle School, bds 

37 Spring 
Mansfield Thomas, laborer, h Ellery 
Mansise William, grocer, Thorndike, h 79 Spring 
Manson Charles F. b clerk, bds Williams cor Magazine 
Manson Eben, h Williams cor Magazine 
Manson Frederick H. printer, h Yernon cor Green 
Manson Nathaniel G. b (Gay, Manson & Co.) iron dealer, 

Fulton cor Cross, h Harvard cor Lee 
Manson Sally Mrs. h 3 Green 
Many James, blacksmith, bds Charlestown 
Mara Thomas, gardener, h Eaymond n Linnsean 
Margher James, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 
Marinan John, laborer, at Prof. Eustis's, Kirkland 
Markham Larnard F. machinist, h 7 Cottage 
Marsden James, brass finisher, h 47 Washington 
Marsden Ealph, laborer, h Portland 
Marsden Thomas, razor strop manufacturer, h Portland 
Marrett Lorenzo, attorney, Cambridge, h 84 Second cor 

Cambridge 
Marrs Bridget Mrs. h Fourth n Charles 
Marrs Matthew, candle maker, h Third n Gore 
Marsh Charles A. varnish manufacturer, h 24 Brookline 
Marsh James, provision dealer, bds 63 Gore 
Marsh John, glass maker, h 63 Gore 
Marshall Elizabeth Mrs, h Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 
Marshall John H. toll collector Craigie Bridge, bds Bridge 
Marshall Henry, shoemaker, bds Brighton 
Marshall Michael, laborer, h Broadway n Ware 
Marshall Trueman, soap maker, h Broadway n Davis 
Marston Ephraim, physician, office Lamson's Block op Ir- 
ving House, bds 397 Main 
Marston John C. butcher, h Spruce 
Martin Dennis, laborer, h Suffolk 
Martin George W. b hairdresser, h 14 Windsor 
Martin George W. billiard saloon, Main op Norfolk, bds 

•Norfolk n Austin 
Martin James, shoemaker, Harvard Square, h Mason cor 

Garden 
Martin James, b sailmaker, h 44 Washington 
Martin James, b cook, h Washington 
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150 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Martin John, laborer, h Harvard 
Martin John, teamster, h rear School 
Martin John, mariner, h Washington n Main 
Martin Luke, waiter Fresh Pond House, h n Concord Ave- 
nue 
Martin Michael, carpenter, h 84 Fourth 
Martin Newell, jr. confectioner, h 38 Franklin 
Martin Owen, shoemaker, h Broadway n Ware 
Martin Peter, tailor, bds Harvard n Harvard Square 
Martin Peter, tailor, Brattle, bds Garden 
Martin Thomas, mold maker, bds 95 Cambridge 
Martin William H. carriage maker, Main op Austin, h Nor- 
folk op Washington 
Marvin Charles S. carpenter,- h Sidney n State 
Marvin Joseph, carpenter, bds Sidney 
Mason George F. turner, h 40 Windsor 
Mason George M. carpenter, bds 74 Windsor 
Mason Eugene J. b clerk, bds Norfolk cor Harvard 
Mason James, b (& Grover,) 150 Washington, h 11 Tre- 

mont 
Mason John, blacksmith, h Windsor n Harvard 
Mason John F. clerk, College Wharf, h South 
Mason Mary D. Miss, h 23 State 
Mason Mary S. Mrs. h 36 Franklin 
Mason Mary T. boarding house, 28 East 
Mason Newell P. b carpenter, h 62 Columbia 
Mason Richard, engraver, bds 92 Cambridge 
Mason Sumner R. clergyman, h Austin n Prospect 
Mason William A. (&Co.) surveyor, Main, h Walnut 
Masters Michael, laborer, h Windsor n School 
Matheas Bernhard, block tin worker, bds Otis n Fifth 
Mathers William, rope maker, h Short 
Mathews Eugene, printer, bds 1 Eliot 
Matthews Richard H. commercial traveller, h Charles n 

Fourth 
Matthews William, brass founder, h 49 Washington 
Mathewson Judith Mrs. h Spring n Fifth 
Matoni Carl, b glass engraver, h 44 Gore 
Maurer Godfred, turner, h 116 Thorndike 
May George R. b stone cutter, bds Magazine n Erie 
May Huntington, colorer and whitener, h Magazine n Erie 
May Joseph H. machinist, bds Magazine n Erie 
Mayhew Benjamin L. turnkey at jail, h Thorndike cor 

Third 
Maynard Cornelius D. (& Follett) painter, Main cor Vest- 
em Avenue, h 122 Harvard 
Maynard E. W. hatter, h 19 River 
Maynard Franklin, shoemaker, h Medford n Somerville 
Maynard Gideon, carpenter, h Ash Street Court 
Maynard Henry 0. stereotyper, h School Court 
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Maynard John P. driver Union R. R. h Watertown 

McAllen Bridget Mrs. h Brookline n Perry 

McArdle Constantine, laborer, h Irving Place 

McArdle Edward, blacksmith, h Medford cor Windsor 

McAuley Alay, harness maker, h Clark cor Broadway 

McAvoy Charles, blacksmith, h n Concord Avenue 

McBride Charles, b tailor, h n Sparks 

McBride James, laborer, h Garden n Dublin 

McBride John, teamster, h Seventh n Otis 

McBrine Bridget, h Winter cor Fourth 

McCabe James, laborer, h Willow Place 

McCabe John, blacksmith, bds Cambridge 

McCabe Mary Mrs. h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

McCabe Patrick, grease collector, h Willow Place 

McCabe Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 

McCabe Peter, laborer, h Willow Place 

McCafferty John, b brass founder, h 27 Washington 

McCafferty John, shoemaker, h Court 

McCaffrey Archibald, laborer, h Charles Court 

McCaffrey Catharine Mrs. h Charles cor Fourth 

McCaffrey Edward, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 

McCaffrey John, carpenter, h Cambridge n Windsor 

McCrahen Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce 

McCalvey James, expressman, h Auburn cor Pleasant 

McCalvey John, trader, h Medford n Windsor 

McCaraville James, switch tender, h Concord Avenue n 

Fresh Pond 
McCann Patrick, laborer, h Third n Gore 
McCanna James, laborer, h 84 Fourth 
McCarl Constantine, laborer, h Irving Place 
McCart Terrence, laborer, h 4 Vine 
McCarty Alexander, stone cutter, bds 8 Gore 
McCarty Charles, gardener, h Suffolk 
McCarty Charles, stone cutter, h Third 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, h rear Bridge 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, h Hancock n Green 
McCarty Daniel, blacksmith, h Suffolk 
McCarty Daniel, baker, bds Cambridge n Seventh 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, h Fourth n Winter 
McCarty Eugene, laborer, h 29 Windsor 
McCarty Francis, laborer, h Sargent 
McCarty James, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h n Brick Yard 
McCarty Joanna, Mrs. h 6 North 
McCarty Joanna, Mrs. h 136 Bridge 
McCarty John, teamster, bds 136Bridge 
McCarty John, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
McCarty John, gardener h n Sparks 
McCarty John, mason, h Cottage n Pearl 
McCarty Maurice, laborer, h North n East 



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152 CAMIIR1DGE DIRECTORY, 

McCarty Patrick, laborer, bds North n East 

McCarty Richard, blacksmith, h Davis 

McCarty Timothy, confectioner, bds 127 Washington 

McCarty Timothy, blacksmith, h Bridge op Water 

McCarty Timothy, laborer, h n Dublin 

McCaughey Arthur, laborer, h Baldwin Court 

McClallan James, engineer, bds Brighton 

McClary William, ice dealer, h 55 Cambridge 

McClarty Patrick, laborer, h Lambert n Cambridge 

McClellan John, b porter, h 84 Third 

McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, bds Fitzpatrick's, 8 Gore 

McClosky Arthur, stone cutter, h 84 Fourth 

McClure Charles, b dry goods, 8 Tremont Row, h Lee n 

Main 
McCoe Michael, laborer, h Cedar 
McColgan Peter, tailor, bds Brookline 
McConnell Hugh, teamster, h Pleasant 
McCormick Michael, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh 

Pond 
McCormick Richard, soap maker, h Bridge n Lowell R. R. 
McCormick Thomas, laborer, h Winter n Third 
Mc Court James, laborer, h rear 151 Bridge 
Mc Court John, laborer, h Willard 
McCourt Patrick, laborer, h 8 Vine 
McCourt William, laborer, h Dunster n South 
McCoy James, bookbinder, h Bristol n Hampshire 
McCoy William, tailor, h Harvard cor Chestnut 
McCrahen Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce 
McCrosson John, gardener, Cambridge n cor Windsor 
McCue Catharine Mrs. h 41 Gore 
McCue James, b wheelwright, h Willow Place 
Mc Curdy Hannah N. teacher North Alphabet School, Third, 

bds Fifth cor Spring 
McCune Ann Mrs. nurse, h Magazine n Short 
McCune James, laborer, h 7 Pine 
McCune William, laborer, h rear Court 
McCusker John, laborer, bds 8 Gore 
McDade Patrick, shoemaker, h Gore 
McDeacon Michael, carpenter, h Vine cor Fifth 
McDermot Thomas, keeper Elm Cottage, Main n Car Fac- 
tory 
McDermott Timothy, laborer, h Pleasant 
McDermott Daniel, shoemaker, bds 29 Winter ^ 
McDermott James, glass maker, h Medford n Windsor 
McDermott Matthew, laborer, h North 
McDermott Michael, laborer, h 16 North 
McDermott Thomas, laborer, h Fourth n Winter 
McDonald Bryan, laborer, h Third n Charles 
McDonald Daniel, (& Sons) bookbinder, Holyoke cor Har- 
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McDonald Edmund, (McDonald & Sons,) bookbinder, Hoi 

yoke cor Harvard 
McDonald Hugh, b bookbinder, h 300 Harvard 
McDonald John, laborer, h Irving Place 
McDonald Patrick, gardener, h Dublin 
McDonald Stephen, mason, h Main L P 
McDonald Thomas, b laborer, h Vine 
McDonald William, (McDonald & Sons,) bookbinder, Hol- 

yoke cor Harvard, bds Green n Putnam 
McDonell Peter, soap maker, bds Mrs. McAllen, Brookline 
McDonnell Michael, laborer, resides Cambridge op Hovey's 

Nurseries 
McDonough Christopher, laborer, h Willow Place 
McDonough William, carpenter, h Third n Charles 
McDougal Samuel, stone cutter, h Charlestown 
McDuffie John, b bookkeeper, bds 32 Auburn 
McElerney Bernard, bootmaker, h Irving Place 
McElroy Alexander, laborer, h 43 Windsor 
McElroy Edward, laborer, h Charles cor Fourth 
McElroy Edward D. building-mover, h Charles n Fifth 
McElroy Francis, building-mover, h Vine cor Fourth 
McElroy Hugh, teamster h Charles n Fourth 
McElroy James, charcoal dealer, h Charles n Fourth 
McElroy John, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
McElroy John, laborer, h Fourth n Gore 
McEllroy William, confectioner, 436 Harvard n Holyoke 
McFarland John, laborer, h n Mt. Auburn 
McFarland Thaddeus, blacksmith, h Williams n Pearl 
McFeely John, shoe dealer, 129 Bridge, and glass maker, h 

29 Winter 
McGar John, gardener, h North Avenue op Common 
McGarty Andrew, tailor, Brookline 
McGaughey John, mason, h 107 Third 
McGavitt John N. b bootmaker, h Winter n Third 
McGerry Anthony, laborer, h 1 Foster Place 
McGeoch Alexander, h 79 Washington 
McGill James, b salesman, h Clark n School 
McGill Peter, laborer, h Brighton n Bridge 
McGill Thomas, tailor, Cambridge n Fourth, h Somerville 
McGillicuddy Daniel D. stone cutter, h 8 Vine 
McGinnis Peter, blacksmith, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
McGilvery Ronald, stone cutter, bds Short, Ward Three 
McGlencia, Eliza Mrs. h Winthrop 
McGonigle Cornelius, laborer, h Brighton 
McGovern John, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
McGovern Hugh, brushmaker, h 4 Vine 
McGovern John, laborer, h Concord Avenue 
McGcvern Patrick, laborer, h Cambridge 
McGowan Thomas, laborer, h Brighton 
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164 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

McOowcn Thomas, stone cutter, h Short 

Mo Go wen William, laborer, h Brighton 

McGrath Daniel, laborer, h Pine n Washington 

McGrath Margaret Mrs. h 28 Pine n Washington 

McGrath Michael, printer, bds Holyoke 

McGraw George C. b hatter, h Short 

McGraw James C. clerk, bds Short 

McGregor John, carver, h Fourth n Spring 

McGregor Peter, glass maker, h rear Otis 

McGuiggin James, laborer, bds 13 Winter 

McGuire Michael, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Catholic 

Church 
McGuire Thomas, soap maker, bds Brookline n Perry 
McGurdy Mary A. h Vine n Third 
McGurdy Thomas F. mariner, bds Vine n Third 
McGurk Catharine, h Main n Harrison 
McGurk John, laborer, h School 
McGurin Anthony, laborer, h Broadway L P 
Mclntire Ebenezer, painter, h 26 Gore 
Mclntire Edward, bookkeeper, bds Main n Bay 
Mclntire John 0. expressman, h Hampshire n Prospect 
Mclntire Sarah Mrs. h Main cor Bay 
Mclntire Thomas C. b gold leaf manufacturer, bds Main 

cor Bay 
Mcintosh George, blacksmith, Main n Austin, h Front 
McKanna Hugh, carpenter, h Willow Place 
McKanna Jane, Mrs. h Charles Court 
McKanna John, carpenter, bds Charle3 Court 
McKelleygett Patrick, wheelwright, h Lambert 
McKeever John, glass maker, bds 41 Winter 
McKeever Samuel, machinist, h 121 Bridge 
McKeever William, glass maker, h 41 Winter 
McKenna Henry, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 
McKenna Hugh, stone cutter, h rear Third n Charles 
McKenna James, laborer, h Fourth n Gore 
McKenna John, carpenter, h Charles n Third 
McKenna John, teamster, bds Short 
McKenna Owen, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 
McKenna Patrick, carpenter, h Charles n Third 
McKenna Peter, laborer, h 69 Gore 
McKenney Levi F. carpenter, bds 344 Main 
McKenney Phillip, carpenter, h Park 
McKensey William, pumper, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
McKenzie Alexander, engineer, Riverside, h River 
McLane James, laborer, h Brighton 
McLaud Thomas, engineer, h 52 Market 
McLaughlin Dennis, grease collector, h Charles n Fourth 
McLaughlin James, tailor, h 18 Charles 
McLaughlin James, barrel dealer, h Hampshire n Prospect 
McLaughlin James, carver, bds 132 Otis 



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McLaughlin John, laborer, h Seventh n Spring 
McLaughlin John, brushmaker, h 3 Vine 
McLaughlin John, brushmaker, h Vine n Third 
McLaughlin Michael, provision dealer, h Cambridge cor 

Medford 
McLaughlin William, shoemaker, h 23 Winter 
McLean James, laborer, h 107 Third 
McLean Mary Mrs. nurse, h 51 Gore 
McLean William, laborer, h Cambridge n Medford 
McLear Peter, carpenter, h Willow Place 
McLearney Bernard, shoemaker, h Irving Place 
McLeer, Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
McLellan George F. b 30 Court, bds Centre 
McLellan George W. b deputy collector Custom House, h 

Centre 
McLellan Lawrence, laborer, h n Pleasant 
McMahan Dennis, laborer, h Bridge n Third 
McMann Mary Mrs. h n Concord Avenue 
McMana Thomas, blacksmith, h Garden 
McMannis Felix, laborer, h 6 Gore 
McMannus Margaret Mrs. h Fourth cor Charles 
McMenaman William, b laborer, h Vine n Third 
McMeniman Patrick, laborer, h Charles n Third 
McMullen Elizabeth Mrs. h Broadway n Windsor 
McNall George, glass maker, h Vine n Fourth 
McNall James, laborer, h Bridge n junc. Cambridge 
McNamara, Patrick, laborer, h Pleasant n Short 
McNeill James, laborer, h 15 Fifth 

McNorton Anna J. h 2 Lambert Avenue n Porter's Station 
McNorton Anthony, carpenter, h Harvard n Main 
McNulty Bridget Mrs. h Granger's Block, Bridge 
McNulty Hugh, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 
McPeak James, grocer, h Medford 
McPeak John, hostler, bds Bridge 
McPeak Patrick, grease collector, h Charles n Fourth 
McPeak Richard, grease collector, h Charles n Fifth 
McPherson George, cabinet maker, h Market 
McQuade James, laborer, h rear 128 Bridge 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, h rear Fourth 
McQuillan Michael, h Sumner 

McSwiney Edmund, bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 
McSolier Patrick, laborer, bds 13 Winter 
McSolier Peter, laborer, h 8 Vine 
McSorlay John, box maker, h 4 Vine 
McSweeney Daniel, glass packer, h rear Court 
McWade Michael, shoemaker, bds Perry n Brooklino 
Mc Williams Joseph, b h Hampshire cor Davis 
Meacham George, b broker, 17 State, h Bow 
Meacham George A. lumber dealer, Somerville, bds Bow 
Mead Charles C. b printer, h 300 Harvard 



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156 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Mead Jacob, apothecary, 127 Bridge 

Mead John F. mason, bds Tremont cor Hampshire 

Mead Patrick, rope maker, h Franklin rear Green 

Mead Sarah A. F. Mrs. h Elm cor Russell 

Mead Thomas H. b billiard saloon, h 102 Cambridge 

Meader Charles, b (Bliss &) fruit dealer, 2 and 4 Merchants' 

Row, bds 34 Tremont 
Mee Henry, watch-glass cutter, h Elm n Hampshire 
Megan John, laborer, h Irving Place 
Megan Thomas, laborer, h Brookline 
Meginn John, grocer, Brighton 
Meginnis George, tailor, h Willow Place 
Megroth Charles, carpenter, h Clark n Washington 
Megroth William N. piano forte maker, h School n Cherry 
Mehady Thomas, laborer, h Brookline 
Melcher James H. stair builder, Broadway, bds 50 Elm 
Melledge James Mrs. h 5 Norfolk . 

Melledge James P. b commission merchant, 26 Foster's 

Wharf, h Harvard cor Dana 
Mellen James, building-mover, 71 Washington cor Moore 
Mellen John, laborer, h West n Prescott 
Melly William J. butcher, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Melrose William, saloon keeper, h Bridge cor Short 
Melvin William, pedler, h 4 Brooks' Building 
Mercer Edmund, porter, at H. W. Longfellow's, Brattle 
Mercer James, currier, h Baldwin 
Merchant Richard, b h Pine 
Merkle Martin, cabinet maker, h Seventh n Otis 
Meriam John N. Superintendent Squire's Pork House, Gore 

n Seventh, h School cor Pine 
Merriam Albert, distiller, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Merriam Elisha, cabinet maker, Whitney's Building, Brat- 
tle Square 
Merrill Arthur, b insurance agent, 27 State, h Bowdoin 

Place 
Merrill Asa, expressman, h 7 Fifth 
Merrill Abraham D. clergyman, h 100 Cambridge 
Merrill Abraham H. b 104 Blackstone, paper hanger, h 100 

Cambridge 
Merrill Calvin, driver Union R. R. h Cottage 
Merrill Charles H. b real estate broker, State, bds Norton 

Place 
Merrill David G. box maker, Market n Windsor 
Merrill Eliphalet H. b (S. L. Harding & Co.) commission 

merchant, 100 Pearl, h Kirkland 
Merrill George, b timekeeper, Union Railway Co. h 44 

Sohool 
Merrill George, laborer, h 44 School 
Merrill Harrison, carpenter, h Columbia n Harvard 
Merrill James C. b attorney, 37 Court, h Oxford 






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Merrill James M. b weigher r Lowell R. R. h 103 Otis 
Merrill John, b real estate broker, 33 Exchange, h Kirkland 

Place 
Merrill J. Warren, b (Preston & Merrill,) Purchase cor Con- 
gress, h 317 Harvard 
Merrill John W. laborer, h 298 Main 
Merrill Lewis F. lard works, Somerville, h Cambridge n 

Sixth 
Merrill Moses, Master Shepard Grammar School, bds North 

Avenue 
Merrill Richard, teamster, h 9 Fifth 
Merrill Sanborn J. b (Hill &) 120 Washington, h Prospect 
Merrill William A. restorator, junc. Cambridge and Hamp- 
shire, h Somerville 
Merritt Benjamin, laborer, h Pearl n Franklin 
Merritt Sulviro V. b fruit dealer, 5 Broad, h 219 Broadway 
Messinger Thomas B. G. b bds Austin cor Norfolk 
Messer Daniel E. (Messer & Sons) grocer, 281 Main, bds 94 

Harvard 
Messer David L. confectioner, bds 94 Harvard 
Messer Phebe Mrs. h 66 Spring 
Messer Stillman, (& Son,) grocer, 281 Main op Car Factory, 

h 94 Harvard 
Messer William A. laborer, h Med ford n Windsor 
Metcalf Catharine, assistant teacher Washington Middle 

School, bds Concord Avenue 
Metcalf Charles R. (Metoalf & Co.) printer, Holyoke, h 

Concord Avenue 
Metz Augustus, cabinet maker, h Fifth cor Cambridge 
Metzger Andrew, watch-glass manufacturer, h Elm btwn 

Hampshire and Cambridge 
Miekell Thomas, shipmaster, h Magazine cor Cottage 
Miles Edmund, printer, Thurston & Torry, Main, h Green n 

Bay 
Miles Stephen, stone cutter, h Hastings n Moore 
Miller David, carpenter, h Windsor n Harvard 
Miller Frederick, glass cutter, h Vine n Third 
Miller Helen M. teacher Winthrop Alphabet School, bds 42 

Windsor 
Miller John, tailor, h Seventh n Cambridge 
Miller Joseph R. b music dealer, h Hancock op Centre 
Miller Stephen, pulpit maker, Green n Magazine, h 56 

River 
Miller William, leather dresser, h n Almshouse 
Mills Calvin, driver Union R. R. bds 2 Eliot 
Mills David, driver Union R. R. h 345 Main 
Mills Ehsha S. b (& Forrestall.) watches &c. 8 Market Sq. 

h Plymouth 
Mills James, b cabinet maker, h 131 Thorndike 
Mills Samuel, driver Union R. R. bds 1 Front 



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Mills Thomas, printer, bds Short cor Pleasant 

Milton George, block tin worker, h 26 East 

Mimhaugh Henry, laborer, h 71 Gore 

Minick Patrick, laborer, h Main n Pioneer 

Minot Albert T. Mrs. h Auburn n Magazine 

Miskell Thomas, laborer, at Prof. Parker's, Craigie 

Mitchel Alexander, carpenter, h 22 East 

Mitchel Robert, blacksmith, h rear Vine n Fourth 

Mitchell George L. glass cutter, h 87 Thorndike 

Mitchell Maria L. teacher Otis Primary School, bds 87 

Thorndike 
Mitchell Richard, bds Austin 
Mitchell William H. cabinet maker, bds B. Sargent's, 

Worcester 
Moakley William, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Moeschlin Frederick, bootmaker, h Washington cor Clark 
Moignihan Cornelius, laborer, h Watson n Brookline 
Mole George, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Molloy William, stone cutter, bds Vine n Third 
Moloney Thomas, tailor, Brattle, h Garden 
Molyneux Susannah Mrs. boarding house, Main n Brookline 
Monnehan Francis, laborer, h Dublin 
Monighon John, teamster, h Main L P 
Monroe Amos, laborer, h Auburn n Pearl 
Monroe Charles H. provision dealer, bds Pearl cor Auburn 
Monroe Henry P. music teacher, h Pearl cor Auburn 
Montgomery George, lamplighter, h rear 17 Windsor 
Montgomery Mark W. carpenter, h Thorndike cor Sixth 
Moody Broadstreet D. hatter, Second cor Thorndike, h 

Second 
Moody Israel, b bookseller, 290 Washington, h 83 Norfolk 
Moody James M. bookkeeper, bds 83 Norfolk 
Mooney Almira S. Mrs. vest maker, h Jay n Western Av 
Mooney Barney, laborer, h Charles Court 
Mooney Burnet, laborer, h Second n Gore 
Mooney Charles A. paper hanger, bds Jay n Western Av 
Mooney Elizabeth, h Charles Court 

Mooney George A. b hairdresser, h Jay n Western Avenue 
Mooney John, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Mooney John, driver Union R. R. bds 2 Lambert Avenue n 

Porter's Station 
Mooney William, glass cutter, h 78 Third 
Mooney William M. b tailor, 30 Dock Square, h Baldwin 
Moore Alfred P. shoemaker, h Windsor cor Lincoln 
Moore Andrew, undertaker, h 96 Bridge 
Moore Charles, (Donnell &) hardware, Brattle cor Palmer, 

bds 14 Holyoke 
Moore Clarke, jeweler,.Moore's Block, Main n Essex, h 42 

Norfolk 
Moore George, laborer, bds Mt. Auburn cor Dunster 






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Moore James, soap maker, h 3 Essex Court 
Moore John, bread dealer, bds Mt. Auburn n Brighton 
Moore John, laborer, h n Spruce 
Moore Martha R. Mrs. h 99 Vine 
Moore Matthew R. laborer, h Bridge n First 
Moore Nancy Mrs. h Jay 

Moore Nathaniel H. conductor Union R. R. h Mt. Auburn 
Moore Samuel, brakeman, bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 
Moore Sarah Mrs. h 43 Magazine 
Moran Francis, laborer, h Brighton 
Moran Francis, laborer, at G. G. Hubbard's, Brattle 
Moran John, laborer, h East n Lowell R R 
Moran Joseph, glass maker, h Charles n Third 
Moran Michael, soap maker, h Pearl n Perry 
Moran Owen, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Moran Rosana Mrs, h 9 Vine 
Morand William, b waiter, h Broadway, L. P. 
Moriarty John,b stone cutter, 11 Pine 
Moriarty Mary Mrs. h Broadway n Trowbridge 
Morgan William, cabinet maker, h 133 Gore 
Moritz Francis, cabinet maker, h 2 Clark 
Morrill Alfred, b machinist, h Front cor Village 
Morris Christopher, saddler, Main, h Main, L P 
Morris Christopher, jr., saddler, bds Main, L P 
Morris Elisha C. engineer, bds 131 Cambridge 
Morris George G. brush maker, h 131 Cambridge 
Morrison John F. carpenter, h Medford cor Clark 
Morrison Ivory W. blacksmith, h Hampshire cor Union 
Morrow E. G. computor, 618 Main 
Morse Asa P. b 27 Foster's Wharf, h Magazine cor Short 
Morse Calvin, h 22 Inman 
Morse Calvin E. physician, h Williams n Pearl 
Morse Charles H. h 26 Auburn 
Morse Charles E. bookbinder, h Worcester 
Morse Francis A. carriage trimmer, bds Holmes Place 
Morse George, coach trimmer, bds Brattle n Mason 
Morse George A. veterinary surgeon, h Holmes Place 
Morse George E. h 24 Auburn cor Magazine 
Morse Henry M. bookbinder, bds 0. Holmes', Main 
Morse James, boarding-house, Harrison n Main 
Morse James B. laborer, h Eliot 
Morse James E. driver Union R. R. h Eliot 
Morse James R. physician, h Union Square cor Maple 
Morse Kendall, oyster saloon, Wood's Block, Main, h Au- 
burn 
Morse Mary B. Mrs. h Brighton cori ( Winthrop 
Morse Rachel Mrs. h rear 17 Gore 
Morse Royal, auctioneer, h Holmes Place 
Morse Royal jr., laborer, h Dunster 
Morton Ira A. carpenter, h 2 Front 



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160 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Morton John, laborer, h rear 259 Main 

Moulton Noah J. carpenter, h Cambridge n Windsor 

Moulton Parkman A. b produce dealer, h Sidney n Front 

Moulton Lorenzo, box maker, h rear Third n Gore 

Moulton Thomas G. shipmaster, bds North Avenue 

Mount Thomas J. feather brush maker, h 37 Spring 

Mowle Charles, clerk, h 57 Gore 

Moynahan, Patrick, laborer, h North 

Mulcahy Mary Mrs. h Cambridge n Windsor 

Muldoon James, laborer, h Columbia n Hampshire 

Mullen Barney, laborer, h Brighton 

Mullen David, shoemaker, h Main n Norfolk 

Mullen Ellen Mrs. h Charles cor Third 

Mullen James, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

Mullen James, coffin maker, h 27 Fifth 

Mullen Michael, laborer, h Brighton 

Mullen Nicholas, laborer, h rear 8 Gore 

Mullen John R. b (Debois &) shoe dealer, 90 Pearl, h Main 
n Athenaeum 

Mullen Owan, blacksmith, H Vine 

Mullen Patrick, laborer, h Harvard n Lee 

Mullen Thomas, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Mulligan Michael, laborer, h Short n Lowell R. R. 

Mulligan Michael, laborer, h Garden 

Mulligan Michael, laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 

Mulligan Thomas, laborer, h Short 

Mulliken Edward, carriage maker, North Avenue, op Por- 
ter's, h North Avenue 

Mulliken John, candle maker, bds Pearl n Perry 

Mnmler Frederick, printer, bds 24 Brighton 

Mumler George, painter, h Brighton 

Mumler John F. printer, bds 24 Brighton 

Mumler Lucinda Mrs. boarding house, 24 Brighton 

Mundera Seraphine, mariner, h Hastings 

Munroe Charles, bookkeeper, bds 4 Eliot 

Munroe Charles, slater, bds 4 Eliot 

Munroe Charles, clerk, bds Pleasant n Aubura 

Munroe David K. clerk, bds 4 Eliot 

Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, Cambridge n Bridge, h 93 
Cambridge 

Munroe James, b (& Co.) bookseller, 134 Washington, and 
Harvard Square, h Mt Auburn cor Story 

Munroe James, mason, h 11 Cherry 

Munroe John H. laborer, h Dunster 

Munroe Rebecca Mrs. h Eliot 

Munroe Susan and Mary, h Brattle cor James 

Munroe William A. auction commission, 81 Cambridge 

Munroe William W. b clerk, h 30 Franklin 

Muns John, laborer, bds 44 Washington 

Muus Martha Mrs. h 44 Washington 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 161 

Murdock Asa, dry goods, b Main op Pleasant 

Murdock Elizabeth Mrs. h Concord Avenue n Garden 

Murdock Robert, yeoman, h Western Avenue n Putnam 

Murpby Arthur, gardener, h Pine 

Murphy Daniel, teamster, h Hancock n Harvard 

Murphy Daniel, carpenter, bds West n Inman 

Murphy Dennis, laborer, bds West n Inman 

Murphy Edward, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 

Murphy Edward, laborer, h Bridge n Lowell R. R. • 

Murphy Francis C. waiter, h Hampshire n Amory 

Murphy James, glass maker, h 78 Fourth 

Murphy James, molder, h North n East 

Murphy James, carpenter, h Washington n Main 

Murphy James, shoemaker, h North Avenue 

Murphy James, laborer, h West 

Murphy James S. carpenter, h Sidney n Front 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h 14 North 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h Dublin 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h 7 Lechmere Place 

Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, h 2 Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Murphy John, blacksmith, Cambridge, h Hampshire cor 

Cambridge 
Murphy John, carpenter, bds West n Inman 
Murphy John, laborer, h West n Inman 
Murphy John, laborer, h Main n Harrison 
Murphy John, h 2 Lechmere Place 
Murphy John, laborer, h 3 North 

Murphy John, laborer, h Medford n Windsor 

Murphy John, laborer, h West 

Murphy John, laborer, h Broadway n Fayette 

Murphy John, (Cal.) laborer, h North n East 

Murphy John, laborer, h Dublin 

Murphy John, laborer, h Sargent 

Murphy John C. carpenter, h 140 Otis 

Murphy Joseph, laborer, h Perry n Brookline 

Murphy Julia Mrs. h Seventh 

Murphy Julia Mrs. h North n East 

Murphy Margaret, h Short n Lowell R. R. 

Murphy Michael, tailor, h Sargent 

Murphy Michael, blacksmith, h Granger's Block, Bridge 

Murphy Michael, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 

Murphy Michael, laborer, h North n East 

Murphy Patrick, stone cutter, h Bridge 

Murphy Patrick, blacksmith, h Willow Place 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, h Bridge n East 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, h West n Inman 

Murphy Peter, laborer, h 11 North 

Murphy Peter, rope maker, h Columbia n Somerville 
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162 CAMBRIDGE DOtXOTQPT. 

Murphy Peter, cabinet maker, h School n Windsor 

Murphy Thomas B. blacksmith, bds Hubbard's, Second 

Murphy Timothy, blacksmith, h Foster 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, h 6 Gore 

Murray Catharine, h Church 

Murray Dennis, gardener, h Cambridge n Windsor 

Murray Dennis, laborer, h North cor Short, Ward Three 

Murray James, laborer, h East n Lowell R. It 

Murray John, laborer, h Main n Harrison 

Murray John, laborer, h 2 North 

Murray John, laborer, h North 

Murray John, laborer, h Harvard n Main 

Murray John jr. depot master, Porter's Station, h North 
Avenue n Everett , 

Murray Mary, h Second n Gore 

Murray Michael, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 

Murray Patrick, laborer, bds 13 Winter 

Murray Patrick, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Murray Thomas, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 

Murray Thomas, teamster, h Bridge n Short 

Murray Thomas, laborer, h 111 Bridge 

Murray Timothy, laborer, h Leighton Court 

Murtagh Daniel, hatter, h 145 Bridge 

Musell Lewis, gardener, h Norfolk btwn Harvard and 
Broadway 

Muzzey Henry W. attorney and counsellor, Main op Brook- 
line, b Scollay's Building, h Winthrop, btwn Dunster 
and Holyoke 

Muzzey Loring W. (Lerned & Co) coal dealer, bds Lexington 

Myrick Henry, clergyman, bds Appian Way 

Myrick James F. tinman, bds 131 Cambridge 

Nanery Thomas, fireman Lowell P. R. bds Peed's Tavern, 
Bridge 

Nason James B. b trader, h Orchard 

Nason Leonard H. painter, h Brighton n Harvard Square 

Nay Isaac A. b clerk, 28 Tremont Eow, h Inman n Broad- 
way 

Nay John K. printer, h Kinnard 

Nay Samuel F. b dry goods, 28 Tremont Row, h Austin n 
Norfolk 

Neal Jackson, painter, h 3 Broadway L P 

Neal Nathaniel, mason, h Allston 

Neale Julia Mrs. h Spruce 

Needham William W. b 6 Blackstone, h 106 Thorndike 

Negress Peter, gardener, h 97 Norfolk 

Neisdel Peter, laborer, h 19 Washington n Main 

Nelligan Maurice, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Nelligan Patrick, tailor, h Dublin 

Nelligan Peter, carpenter, h n Mt. Auburn 

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Nelligan Thomas, laborer, bds Dublin 

Nelson Augusta S. h Harvard n Pine 

Nelson Israel P. b machinist, h 60 Market 

Nelson James, block-tin worker, bds Seventh 

Nelson James, mason, h North Avenue 

Nelson James, britannia worker, bds Seventh n Thorndike 

Nelson James, printer, h Main op Temple 

Nelson John, glass cutter, h 71 Spring 

Nelson John, laborer, h Winter n Third 

Nelson Peter, glass cutter, h Seventh n Thorndike 

Nevel Patrick, laborer, bds Dublin 

Newcomb Abigail Mrs. h School cor Cherry 

Newcomb Isaac B. b fish dealer, h Village cor State 

Newell Thomas, b clerk, 42 Tremont 

Newell Timothy, b h 33 Western Avenue 

Newell William, clergyman, h Berkeley 

Newhall Benjamin W. b pianoforte maker, h 12 Pleasant 

Newhall George, overseer at Winchester's factory, h Cam- 
bridge 

Newman Andrew, rope maker, bds Short n Pleasant 

Newman Edward, JN. E. Glass Works, h Cambridge n 
First 

Newman Henry, painter, h Short n Pleasant 

Newman Patrick, laborer, h Charles n Third 

Newmarch Joseph, baker, Harvard cor Clark, and 122 Cam- 
bridge, h 60 Cambridge 

Newton Sewall, hostler, Porter's Hotel, North Avenue 

Nichol George, cabinet maker, h 131 Gore 

Nichols Curtis C. b 32 School, h 46 Norfolk 

Nichols Gushing, carpenter, h Western Avenue 

Nichols Edward, carver, bds 0. Holmes', Main 

Nichols George, fcarpenter, h Franklin n Putnam 

Nichols George, b h Brattle 

Nichols George, laborer, h rear 145 Bridge 

Nichols Icbabod, clergyman, h Kirkland 

Nichols John, laborer, h Pearl n Walnut 

Nichols John R. iron dealer, Charlestown, bds Brattle 
House, Brattle Square 

Nichols William, bds Mrs. Wilder's, Prospect 

Nicholson John, laborer, h Lee cor West 

Nickerson Joseph, junk dealer, h 24 Fifth 

Niles Daniel W. bookseller, 351 Main, h 351 Main 

Nixon George, laborer, Brighton 

Nixon Mary Mrs. h 43 Magazine 

Nixon Nancy, Miss, h Franklin cor Pearl 

Noble John, Proctor, H. U. room 21 Hollis Hall 

Noble Nathan K. Master Otis Grammar School, h Thorn- 
dike 

Nolan Martin J. blacksmith, h North Avenue 

Nolan Thomas, laborer, h Dunster 



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164 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Noonan William, teamster, bds 136 Bridge 

Norcross, William R. b (Norcross, Mellen & Co.) 18 and 20 

Merchants' Row, bds Mt. Auburn cor Ash 
Norris Albert, carpenter, h Western Avenue cor Jay 
Norris Edward J. ice dealer, h Concord Avenue n Garden 
Norris George. W. billiard saloon, Cambridge op Lechmere 

House 
Norris Thomas A. B. (Cal.)h 48 Fifth 
Norris William, carpenter, bds Williams n Pearl 
Northcot John, cabinet maker, bds 22 Fifth 
Norton Catherine E. Mrs. h Kirkland 
Norton Charles E. b merchant, 34 Central Wharf, bds Kirk- 
land 
Norton Edward H. (Noyes &) soap manufacturer, h Lincoln 

cor Columbia 
Norton Henry E. soap manufacturer, h Windsor n Lincoln 
Norton Michael, mason, h Bowdoin Place 
Norton Michael, laborer, h Ellery 
Norton Thomas, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 
Nourse Benjamin F. (& Remick) bookbinder, Riverside, h 

Kinnard 
Nourse Gilbert D. b (Nourse & Co.) Agricultural Ware- 
house, 9 Commercial, h Clark 
Nowell Eliza C. boarding house, 82 School 
Nowell Timothy, carpenter, bds 82 School 
Nowlin Catherine Mrs. h 128 Bridge 
Noyes Charles, bds North Avenue 
Noyes David S. (& Norton) soap manufacturer, h Columbia 

cor Lincoln 
Noyes George R. Hancock Professor of Hebrew, &c, H. U. 

" h North Avenue n Common 
Noves Samuel, b Milk cor Devonshire, h Austin cor Nor- 

" folk 
Noyes Thomas E. printer, bds Irving House 
Nudd Jacob, cement manufacturer, h Williams cor River 
Nugent Patrick, b porter, h 102 Third 
Nugent Thomas, laborer, h rear Vine n Fourth 
Nute James C. constable, Office 80 Cambridge, h 100 Otis 
Nutting Ephraim, carriage painter, h Gerry 
Nutting Henry, blacksmith, bds Gardner Place 
Nutting JohnJ'private watchman, h Worcester cor Norfolk 
Nutting Jonathan D. hardware and stove3, Main op Nor- 
folk, rooms Wood's Block, Main 
Nutting Joseph W. apothecary, at Wiley's, Harvard Block, 

bds Worcester cor Norfolk 
Nutting Phillip, (& Prescott) blacksmith, Palmer, h Gard- 
ner Place n Mt. Auburn 
Nutter Abby R. dress maker, h Cambridge 
Nutter Jacob, laborer, h 127 Gore 
Nutter Winthrop F. H. printer, bds Green n Putnam 
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en Barney, laborer, h 5 North 
en Bridget, h Short n North, Ward Three 
en Dennis, laborer, h Otis n Seventh 
en George, stone cutter, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
en James, plasterer, h Cambridge cor Elm 
en James, carpenter, h Willow Place 
en James, laborer, h Winthrop 
en James, laborer, h Sparks 
en Jeffrey, laborer, h Sparks 

en Jeremiah, stone cutter, bds J. Fitzpatrick's, Bridge 
en John, laborer at Mr. Fernald's, Fayerweather 
en John, shoemaker, bds H. Osborn's, Winthrop 
en John, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
^en John, laborer, h Ellery 

en John, laborer, h rear Concord Avenue n C. Church 
en Mary Mrs. h Bridge n Lowell R. R. 
en Matthias, carpenter, bds Main 
en Michael, tinman, h Brighton 
en Michael, laborer, h Columbia n Somerville 
en Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
en Patrick, laborer, h 102 Third 
en Patrick, laborer, h Sparks 
en Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
en Stephen, laborer, h Spruce 
en Thomas, stone cutter, h Windsor rear School 
en Thomas, laborer, h Dana n Broadway J 
en Timothy, laborer, h School n Cherry 
en Timothy, shoemaker, h 162 Green 
en William, teamster, h Otis n Seventh 
en William, baker, bds Harvard cor Clark 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h Dublin 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h n Dublin 
O'Connell Jeremiah, laborer, h Dublin 
0' Conner Anthony, cabinet maker, h Charles n Fourth 
O'Connor Daniel, grocer and furniture dealer, 291 & 295 

Main, h 295 Main 
O'Conner Jeremiah, laborer, h Brighton n Bridge 
O'Conner Joseph, laborer, h Spruce 
O'Conner Maurice, h 31 Bow 
O'Conner Maurice, gardener, h Ellery n Harvard 
O'Conner William, laborer, h n Wyeth's Brick Yard 
Odiorne Benjamin, laborer, h 154 Cambridge 
Odiorne William, blacksmith, bds John Adams, Gore 
Odiorne William, b bd3 552 Main 
Odiorne William, sausage maker, h Winter n Fourth 
Odiorne William H. b real estate agent, 19 Phoenix Build- 
ing, h 552 Main 

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O'Donnell Hugh, shoemaker, bds North Avenue 

O'Donnell James, painter, h Lincoln n Columbia 

O'Donnell Roger, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 

Ogden Francis, bookbinder, bds 130 Green 

Ogle Thorras M. laborer, h 8 Hastings 

O'Haran Maurice, laborer, h Dublin 

O'Keefe John, baker, h 2 Brooks' Building 

O'Keefe Michael, baker, h Clark cor Harvard 

O'Leary Dennis, laborer, h Leighton Court n North 

O'Leary James, designer, h Fifth 

Olds George W. pedler, h 45 Washington 

Oliver Hubbard, b harness maker, h 60 Washington 

Oliver, John, b carpenter, h 14 Windsor 

Oliver Sarah Mrs. h 12 Brattle 

Olmstead David, b bridge builder, h 46 Washington 

O'Neal Michael, laborer, bds Dublin 

O'Neil James, laborer, h Harvard cor Windsor 

O'Neil John, laborer, h n Sparks 

O'Neil John, glove maker, bds Green 

O'Neil Mary Mrs. h 14 North 

Onthank William H. b clerk, h Front 

Orcutt Alfred H. b Agricultural Warehouse, 61 & 52 North 

Market, h Brookline n Walnut 
Orcutt Henry J. mason, bds 78 Prospect 
Orcutt John W. bookbinder, h Kinnar^ 
Orcutt William H. b bookbinder, h Union n Hampshire 
Ordway Aaron, b 3 Long Wharf, h 9 Worcester 
Ordway Frederick J. razor strop manufacturer, Oiborn'a, 

State, h Somerville 
Ordway John P. b proprietor Ordway Hall, rear Washing- 
ton, h North Avenue n Everett 
Orne Ann S. Mrs.h 58 Auburn n Brookline 
Orne Caroline F. Miss, ; bds 58 Auburn n Brookline 
Orne Joel S. apothecary, Main, h 497 Main 
0' Riley Michael, clergyman, h Fourth 
Osborn Adoiphus, trader in glue stock, &c. h Pearl cor 

Walnut 
Osborn Dalphon, surveyor of lumber, State, h 135 Wash- 
ington 
Osborn Hiram, carpenter, h "Vvinthrop n Eliot 
Osborn James D, bds 135 Washington 
Osborn Jesse, b Messenger Shawmut Bank, h Pearl n Wal- 
nut 
Osborn Joseph, carpenter, h Williams n Pearl 
Osborn Mary A. Mrs, h 34 Norfolk 
Osborn Nancy Mrs, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Osborn Rebecca Miss, nurse, Cambridge n Windsor 
Osgood George, clerk, Charles River Bank, and conductor 

Union R. R. h Main cor Putnam 
Otis Thomas, driver Union R. R. h Watertown 



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Otto Charles, b (Clark &) cigar maker, h 92 Vine 

Owen John, h Mt. Anburn cor Spring 

Onthwaite John, plumber, h 27 River 

Packard Alonzo, feather duster maker, h 65 Thorndike 

Page Asa, b 58 Cambridge, h 28 Green 

Page Benjamin, captain U. S. Navy, h Concord Avenue 

Page Freeman, box maker, h Clark cor Broadway 

Page George G. box manufacturer, junc Hampshire and 

Broadway 
Page Gilman, paper hanger, bds 1 Eliot 
Page William, b (Briggs & Babbitt) iron dealer, Commer- 
cial cor South Market, h Main cor Hancock 
Page William P. clergyman, h 251 Broadway 
Paige Ellen S. P. Miss, bds Main n Putnam 
Paige Lucius R. Cashier Cambridge Bank, h 96 Washington 
Paine Charles M. b optician, 347 Washington, h 68 Wash- 
ington 
Paine Henry W. b counsellor, 18 Gray's Building, Court 

Square, h Holyoke cor South 
Paine John, teamster, h Bridge n East 
Palmer Asher C. b hardware dealer, h 7 Richardson's Row, 

Cambridge 
Palmer Elizabeth Mrs. h Garden 
Palmer Granville, carpenter, h Magazine n Webster 
Palmer John, b tailor, h 1 Broadway L P 
Palmer John, grocer, Gore cor Second, h 70 Gore 
Palmer Samuel, superintendent of streets, h 149 Harvard 
Palmer John K. physician, h Main n Hancock 
Palfrey Francis, b counsellor, 8 Niles's Block, School, bds 

Divinity Avenue 
Palfrey John G. h Divinity Avenue 
Parcher Mark N. h Harvard n Moore 
Parker Alonzo N. carpenter, h Main n Pioneer 
Parker Daniel, gas-fitter, bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 
Parker Ebenezer, bds 64 Otis 
Parker George, harness maker, h Franklin 
Parker George Mrs. h Appian Way 
Parker George E. brush maker, h 132 Thorndike 
Parker Henry M. b attorney, 46 Washington, h Quincy 
Parker Horatio G. b attorney, 46 Washington, bds Craigie 
Parker Jacob W. shoemaker, h Third n Otis 
Parker Joel,*Royall Professor of Law, H. U. h Craigie 
Parker Josiah C. shipmaster, bds Clark n Washington 
Parker Levi, deputy sheriff, bds 69 Otis 
Parker Luther L. b (J. S. Hastings & Son) 25 Doane, h 69 

Otis ' 
Parker Lydia, h Garden 
Parker Mason G. b 5 Central Wharf, h 64 Otis 
Parker Milan, teamster, h School n Cherry 
Parker Richard, laborer, h 9 North 



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Parker Samuel, h 88 Cambridge 
Parker Sarah Miss, bds Main junc Mt. Auburn 
Parker Thomas, gardener, h Green n Bay 
Parker William, b Inspector Custom House, bds North Av. 
Parker William, bds 88 Cambridge 
Parkin Sarah A. Mrs. bds 26 School 
Parkinson Martin H. bds Franklin n Brookline 
Parks Esther T. Mrs. boarding-house, 6 Green 
Parks Franklin B. plumber, &c. Main, h Green n Magazine 
Parks James, laborer, h West cor Lee 
Parks Betsey J. Mrs. h 26 School 
Parks Jane H. Mrs. h 44 Norfolk 
Parks Leonard, mason, bds Harrison Avenue 
Parmenter Ezra, bds 37 Second 
Parmenter William, h 37 Second 
Parsons Allen B. carpenter, h rear Divinity Hall 
Parsons Charles, laborer, h Charles n Third 
Parsons Daniel, b carpenter, h 48 Spring 
Parsons John A. carpenter, h 83 Third 
Parsons Sebra B. Mrs. h Garden cor Linnsean 
Parsons Sylvanus M. constable, h North Avenue n Church 
Parsons Theophilus, Dane Professor of Law, H. U. h Gar- 
den '' % 
Parsons William J. b merchant, 66 State, h Garden cor 

Phillips Place 
Pasco John, b cl6rk, 112 Washington, h Linden cor Harvard 
Pasco Samuel, bds Linden cor Harvard 
Patch John H. toll collector, Craigie Bridge, h 32 Second 
Pattee Amos, bridge builder, h 66 Sixth 
Patten Albert G. painter, h Thorndike n Sixth 
Patten George, hostler, Porter's Hotel, North Avenue 
Patten Thaddeus, mason, bds Western Avenue cor Soden 
Patton James, laborer, h Gore n junc. Bridge 
Patton John A. b carpenter, h 6 Brooks' Building . 
Patton John, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Patterson John, laborer, h rear Vine n Fourth 
Patterson Nicholas, laborer, h rear Vine n Fourth 
Patterson Thomas, laborer, h Harvey 
Payne Thomas W. b wood turner, h Jay cor Western Av. 
Peabody Luther, gardener, bds Inman cor West 
Peabody Lydia, dress maker, bds Pleasant cor Auburn 
Peabody Rebecca, boarding house, 104 Cambridge 
Peabody Thomas, b chair painter, h Columbia n Harvard 
Peacock George, printer, h Green n Bay 
Peakes William, b commission merchant, 4 Centarl Wharf, 

h Shepard n North Avenue 
Pear John, sexton and undertaker, h 15 Front 
Pear Joseph S. bookbinder, bds 15 Front 
Pear Mary E. assistant teacher Webster Middle School, bds 
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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 169 

Pear Sarah Ann E. Miss, 15 Front 

Pearl Samuel I. bds Main L P 

Pearme Alfred, b lithograph printer, h 26 Winter 

Pearson Charles S. paper hanger, h 121 Washington 

Pearson David B. b broker, 9 State, h Shepard cor Avon 

Pearson Henry, paper box manufacturer, h 359 Main 

Pearson Jane Mrs, h 66 Spring 

Pearson John A. paper box manufacturer, bds 359 Main 

Pearson John F. b clerk, 92 & 94 Commercial Wharf, bds 

Shepard n Avon 
Pearson Joseph, potter, h 90 Gore 
Peckham William cigar maker, bds Broadway L. P. 
Peirce Benjamin, Perkins Professor of Astronomy and 

Mathematics, H. U. h Quincy 
Peirce James M. Tutor in Mathematics, H. U. rooms 5 

Massachusetts Hall 
Peirce Lydia Mrs. h Frisbie Place 
Peirce Mary F. assistant teacher High School, bds 10 Tre- 

mont 
Peirce R. Newton, b attorney, 35 Court, bds Austin cor Nor- 
folk 
Peirce Oliver, chemist, h Harvard n Davis 
Peirce Samuel, b pianoforte maker, h 130 Green 
Peirce Thomas J. ice dealer, (Kenney &) East Cambridge, 

h Somerville 
Pelham Sarah Mrs. h State 

Peltier Joseph 0. b organ builder, h Broadway L P 
Pemberton Robert, carpenter, bds Washington Court 
Pemueller Louis, carver, bds Main n Norfolk 
Pendergrass James, teamster, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
Pendergrass Patrick, laborer, h Perry n Brookline 
Pendexter, Charles, carpenter, h 64 Fourth 
Penniman Frank, printer, bds Dana Court n Western Av 
Penniman James, sash and blind maker, bds 298 Main 
Penniman John A. printer, h Dana Court n Western^ Av 
Penniman Maria Miss, h 38 Windsor 
Penniman Walter, blacksmith, bds Dana Court n Western 

Avenue 
Penney Augustus, clerk, Brighton, h Garden 
Penny Richard, laborer, h Harvey 
Perham John, b (Braman, Perham & Co.) steam pipe and 

gas-fitter, 8 Charlestown, h Columbia n Broadway 
Perham Wilder, machinist, h Vine cor Fourth 
Perkins Herald H. policeman, h Jay n River 
Perkins Levi, carpenter, h Everett 
Perry Ephraim, laborer, h Spruce 
Peters Charles J. b stereotvper, h 54 Washington 
Peters Sarah A. Mrs. h 81 'State 
Peterson Patrick, currier, h Washington n Main 
Pettingift Joel C. gardener, h Sidney 



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Pettingill J. R. (& Wheeler,) blacksmith, Brighton, h 2 Bow 
Pettingiil Josiah, teamster, bds Williams cor Pearl 
Pettingill William H. provision dealer, 60 Cambridge h 34 

Second 
Phalin James, laborer, h Portland 
Phalen William, laborer, h n Dublin 
Phalen William cabinet maker, h rear 75 Spring ' 
Phelps Albert S. b printer, h Cambridge n Oak 
Phillips Aaron F. mariner, h Market n Columbia 
Phillips Charles W. plasterer, h Franklin 
Phillips Cyrus, plasterer, h Franklin 
Phillips George, britannia worker, h Thorndike cor Fifth 
Phillips George, machinist, h Thorndike cor Fifth 
Phillips James, plasterer, h Pearl cor Franklin 
Phillips John L. bds junc. River n Pleasant 
Phillips Walter, engineer, h rear Front 
Phillips Willard, h Linnsean 
Phillips Willard Q. bds Linnaean 
Pickering Octavius, h Berkeley cor Phillips Place 
Pickett George E. fish dealer, bds Shepard 
Pickett Mary E. dress maker, bds Shepard cor Avon 
Pickett Samuel, carpenter, North Avenue, h Shepard 
Picktholl Thomas, b sailmaker, h Sacremento 
Pierce Andrew T. mason, h lit Auburn n Mt. Auburn Gate 
Pierce Emily, h Harrison 
Pierce Joseph, wheelwright, Western Avenue, h Putnam n 

Western Avenue 
Pierce Oliver, h Harvard n Davis 
Pierce Stillraan, carpenter, h Auburn n Brookline 
Pierce Robert, conductor Union R. R. bds Brattle House, 

Brattle Square 
Pierre Frank, fancy glass worker, bds 50 Gore 
Pierson John D. h Broadway n Windsor 
Pike Andrew J. livery stable, rear Main, h 6 Norfolk 
Pike Edward L. b printer, h Market 
Pike Tieorge S. hairdresser, 343 Main, h Elm 
Pike James, livery stable, rear Wood's Block, bda 0. 

Holmes', Main 
Pike John, clerk, 39 Cambridge 
Pike John N. provision dealer, h Bridge 
Pinkham William J. harness maker, h Clark n Church 
Piper George C. b (George W. Simmons, Piper & Co.) 34 

North, h 43 Thorndike 
Pippy Benjamin Y. b (Heath & Co.) dry goods, 14 Water, 

bds Daniels' Court 
Pillsbury James C. stone cutter, bds 32 Gore 
Pitt Elizabeth, h 14 Hastings 
Pitt William S. physician, h Harvard n Pine 
Plant Anthonv, laborer, h North n East 
Plant Catharine Mrs. h 13 North 
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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 171 

Plummer Adam, laborer, bds Windsor n Lincoln 
Plympton Sylvanus, physician, h Main, btwn Chestnut and 

Linden 
Poeck Henry, harness maker, Cambridge n Lechmere House 
Pollard George, carpenter, rooms Mr. Rhoades', Harvard n 

Ellery 
Pollard Luther F. b plumber, bds 22 Brookline 
Pollard John S. (Spencer &) mason, h 39 Cherry 
Pollard Walter, carpenter, h 22 Brookline 
Polleys Alexander, box maker, bds Bristol n Hampshire 
Pomeroy Anne Miss, h Oxford 
Pond Lydia J. nurse, bds 33 Clark 
Pool George W. laborer, bds Garden 
Poole Frederick, driver Uaion R. R. bds Lambert Avenue 
Poole Frederick A. driver Union R. R. bds 2 Lambert Ave- 
nue n Porter's Station 
Poole Thomas, laborer, bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 
Poor Charles H. bookbinder, bds 1 Eliot 
Pope John, b h 5 Harrison Avenue 
Porter Charles, butcher, bds Bristol 
Porter Charles H. b oil manufacturer, h Fifth cor Otis 
Porter Elizabeth Mrs. h 58 Thorndike 
Porter John L. b auctioneer, h 385 Main 
Porter Joseph, h Winthrop Square cor Winthrop 
Porter Josiah, b attorney, Court Square, bds North Avenue 
Porter William H. b Custom House, h Craigie 
Porter Zachariah B. hotel keeper, North Avenue 
Potter Henry, b (& Demmon) pork dealer, City Wharf, h 

North Avenue cor Linnaean 
Potter George S. b clerk, bds Mt. Auburn n Ash 
Potter John C . carpenter, h Western Avenue cor Jay 
Pottle George J. blacksmith, h Sixth cor Cambridge 
Pottles Charles, blacksmith, h Cambridge n Seventh 
Powell John A. laborer, h 12 Washington 
Powell Margaret Mrs. h Court n Charles 
Power Daniel, laborer, bds Broadway L P 
Power James, laborer, h Harrison Avenue cor Pleasant 
Powers Daniel, laborer, h Harvard n Main L P 
Powers Hugh, laborer, h Willow Place 
Powers John, laborer, h Dublin 
Powers John, pyrotechnist, bds 54 Spring, 
Powers John, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Powers Maurice, laborer, h Broadway L P 
Powers Patrick, laborer, h Sparks 
Powers Richard, laborer, n Fresh Pond 
Powers Richard, laborer, h Broadway L P 
Powers Thomas, cooper, h Broadway L P 
Powers William, laborer, h n Concord Avenue 
Prandergast James J. brush maker, bds Reed's Tavern, 
Bridge 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Pratt Aaron B. tinman, h East n Bridge 

Pratt Ebenezer P. watchman, h 90 Third 

Pratt John, printer, bds Mrs. Molyneaux, 344 Main 

Pratt William A. bookbinder, h Village 

Pray William M. music teacher, h Temple n Main 

Prentice Henry H. printer, h Broadway cor Trowbridge 

Prentin Patrick, laborer, bds Dublin 

Prentiss Dorcas B. Mrs. h Cambridge n Windsor 

Prentiss Mary Mrs. h North Avenue 

Presby Charles E. stone mason, bds Orchard 

Presby James W. stone mason, h Orchard 

Prescott Alfred A. Register Probate, h Reading 

Prescott Joel H. (Nutting &) blacksmith, Palmer, h Mt. 

Auburn 
Prescott Josiah H. b pianoforte maker, h Harvard op Elm 
Preston Collins, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Preston John Mrs. h Green cor Putnam 
Preston Marshall, assistant clerk Court, h Lexington 
Price James, newspaper dealer, h Third cor Charles 
Price James M. stoves and hardware, 25 Cambridge n 

Second, h Cambridge 
Priest Benjamin F, printer, bds Mrs. Palmer's, Garden 
Priest Joel, artist, bds 149 Harvard 
Prince George W. tin plate worker, h 90 Vine 
Prince James H. pyrotechnist, h 10 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Prindeble Thomas, butcher, h Harvey 
Proctor Benjamin F. cooper, h Allston 
Proctor George A. b (Dorr, Proctor & Co.) grocer, 2 Com- 
merce, h Austin cor Inman 
Proctor Henry, bread pedler, h 40 Windsor 
Proctor S. M. b (& Wood) provision dealer, 2 City Wharf, 

bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Proudfoot William, carpenter, h Leighton Court 
Proudfoot William, glass cutter, bds 129 Bridge 
Prue John, overseer brickyard, h n Spruce 
Pruce Robert conductor Union R. R. bds Brattle House 
Pryor John, clergyman, h Phillips Place 
Pryor William, laborer, bds Brighton cor Mt. Auburn 
Pulsifer F. L. b clock maker, bds 35 Spring 
Pulsifer Isaac-, cooper, h 24 Tremont 
Pulsifer James W. block tin worker, bds 121 Cambridge 
Pulsifer John S. glass cutter, bds 92 Cambridge 
Pulsifer William, b insurance office, Scollay's Building, h 

Magazine cor Perry 
Punch Philip, soap maker, h 153 Bridge 
Purcell John, shoemaker, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Putnam George W. glass maker, h 72 Gore 
Putnam John P. h Maple 
Putnam Lewis, omnibus proprietor, h Russell 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 173 

Putney Albert, glass maker, h Gore n Fifth 

Putney Daniel W. glass maker, h 48 Gore 

Putney George, (E. Hovey & Co.) bacon works, h294 Main 

Putney Jacob, cigar dealer, bds rear 71 Cambridge 

Putney Leonard, trader, h Jay 

Putney Sylvester, glass maker, h Gore n Third 

Qualey Thomas, laborer, h Windsor n Cambridge 

Queeny Bridget Mrs. h Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

Queny Austin, laborer, h Windsor cor Medford 

Quigley Bernard, laborer, h Otis cor Seventh 

Quigley James, coachman, at C. C. Little's, Brattle 

Quilter Maurice, stone cutter, bds Ellery 

Quimby Amos, pile driver, h 59 Thorndike 

Quimby Gilman M. pile driver, h Cambridge cor Willow 
Place 

Quinin William, currier, bds Baldwin 

Quinlan James, laborer, h Sargent 

Quinn Francis, laborer, h Remington 

Quinn Hugh, gardener, h Broadway n Trowbridge 

Quinn James, teamster, h 95 Bridge 

Quinn Jeremiah, laborer, bds Granger's Block, Bridge 

Quinn John, teamster, h Main n Car Factory 

Quinn Maurice, laborer, h Granger's Block, Bridge 

Quinn Michael, laborer, h Spruce 

Quinn Morris, laborer, h North cor Short 

Quinn Patrick, glass maker, bds 23 Winter 

Quinn Patrick, teamster, h Pearl n Perry 

Quinn Timothy, laborer, h 95 Gore 

Quinn Timothy, laborer, h Bridge 

Quinn William, laborer, h Short cor North 

Quint Sewall, ice dealer, 17 Front 

Rady Patrick, marble polisher, h Third cor Charles 

Rady Philip, blacksmith, h Columbia 

Rafferty Bernard, barrel collector, h Cambridge n Windsor 

Rafferty James, laborer, h Dublin 

Rafferty Rosanna Mrs. h Charles Court 

Ragle Victor, glass maker, h Second n Gore 

Ramsay Alexander H. apothecary, Harvard Square, h Hol- 
yoke Place 

Ramsay Harvey, cigar maker, h 66 Cambridge 

Rand Benjamin, h North Avenue 

Rand Benjamin R. office Register of Deeds, bds 27 Spring 

Rand Henry C. b leather dealer, 1 and 2 Blackstone, h Elm 

Rand James, blacksmith, Brighton cor Eliot 

Rand Nathaniel S. carpenter, h Broadway L P 

Rand Oliver J. bookbinder, bds River op Auburn 

Rand Samuel, shoemaker, h North Avenue 

Rand William J. b commission merchant, h Essex n Aus- 
tin 

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174 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Randall Benjamin, carpenter, h 52 Essex 

Randall Catharine M. Mrs. tailoress, h 37 Main 

Randall Joseph, carpenter, bds Spruce 

Randall Oliver P. carpenter, h Leighton Court 

Ray Jesse M. box maker, h Plymouth 

Raybold Walter, glass cutter, bds 31 Winter 

Raymond John J\ clergyman, h 41 Washington 

Raymond Patrick H. bds 41 Washington 

Raymond William T. bds 41 Washington 

Rayne George, armorer, State Arsenal, h Arsenal Yard, 
Concord Avenue 

Read Alexander H. b leather, 29 Shoe and Leather, h Centre 

Read Benjamin C. pattern maker, h 136 Otis 

Read George J. b clerk, bds Mt. Auburn cor Brattle 

Read James H. painter, h Willow Place 

Read James J. bds 195 Harvard 

Read John, (& Co.) dry goods, Harvard Square, h Garden n 
Common 

Read Joseph S. b 26 Sudbury, bds 195 Harvard n Norfolk 

Read Joseph S. Mrs. h 195 Harvard n Norfolk 

Read William, b (& Son,) hardware, Faneuil Square, h 97 
Mt Auburn 

Read William, jr. b (Read &) hardware, Faneuil Square, h 
Harvard n Ware 

Ready Thomas, tailor, h Court n Charle3 

Reardon Cornelius, laborer, h North 

Reardon John, candle maker, h Erie 

Reardon Maurice, harness maker, h 21 North 

Reddington John, laborer, h Dunster 

Reddington Patrick, laborer, h Dunster n South 

Redfern William,Jaborer, h 132 Green 

Reed Enos, (& Hobbs,) boot and shoe store, Bridge, h 90 
Cambridge 

Reed Enos W. milkman, bds 90 Cambridge 

Reed Frederick, b bookkeeper, bds 16 Green ' 

Reed Henry, painter, h Willow Place n Cambridge 

Reed Henry, laborer, bds Short n Magazine 

Reed James B. b livery stable, 680 Washington, h Mt. Au- 
burn cor Brattle Square 

Reed John, laborer, h rear West 

Reed Lucinda Mrs. h 30 Second 

Reed Robert, laborer, h Harvard n Lee 

Reed Samuel, laborer, h Foster 

Reed Stephen inn-holder, Bridge junction Gore 

Reehal James, glass maker, h 21 Winter 

Reehl James, laborer, h 12 Short, Ward Three 

Reeves Samuel D. laborer at Mr. Coolidge's, Coolidge Av 

Regan Patrick, soap maker, h 103 Bridge 

Regan Patrick, laborer, h Bridge op Water 

Reichert Frederick, cabinet maker, h Eaton 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 175 

Reid Andrew Mrs. h Columbia n Washington 

Reme Anna Mrs. h Sparks 

Reme Marcus, carpenter, bds Sparks 

Remick John, (Nourse &) bookbinder, Riverside, h Temple 
cor Main 

Retchford Patrick, laborer, h School n Main 

Revalion Charles A. b hairdresser, h Harvard op Brimmer 
Block 

Revalion John D. b hairdresser, h Western Avenue 

Revalion Joseph D. b hairdresser, bds Main cor Austin 

Reynolds Caroline Mrs. boarding house, 8 Brooks' Building 

Reynolds Lewis, spring bed dealer, h 7 Brooks' Building 

Rhoades Charles, baker, bds Mt. Auburn n Brighton 

Rhoades Josiah R. carpenter, h Norfolk n Broadway 

Rhoades Silas, (& Blodgett,) carpenter, h Norfolk n Broad- 
way 

Rhoades Solomon, (Gale &) provision store, Harvard Square, 
h Harvard n Dana 

Richtr Theodore, miller, 16 Brooks' Building 

Rice Aaron, b 4 Central Wharf, h Austin 

Rice Charles A. b clerk, bds 9 School 

Rice Curtis, carpenter, h 27 Pearl 

Rice Cyrus, trader, h Broadway cor Windsor 

Rice George, b 96 Lowell, h 63 Spring 

Rice George D. civil engineer, bds M. M. Rice's, Brattle cor 
Lowell 

Rice George G. farmer, h North Avenue 

Rice Henry S. h Austin 

Rice Homer, b (& Co.) hatter 14 Elm, bds Market cor Clark 

Rice James B. constable, office 80 Cambridge, h Third n 
Gore 

Rice John jr. organ pipe maker, h 32 Fourth 

Rice John E, b glass cutter, bds 22 Fifth 

Rice John F. farmer bds North Avenue cor Spruce 

Rice John S. tin-plate worker, bds 9 School 

Rice John W. b 4 Central Wharf, h Austin 

Rice Joseph H. provision dealer, Union Square, n Porter's 
Station, h North Avenue cor Spruce 

Rice Mary E. assistant teacher Webster Grammar School, 
bds J. P. Richardson's, Front 

Rice Moses M v trader, h Brattle 

Rice Peter, trader, h 9 School 

Rice Richard, fish dealer, Brattle, h Mt. Auburn cor Brigh- 
ton 

Rice Thomas G. b (& Co.) 4 Central Wharf, h Austin n 
Temple 

Rich Aquilla, b clerk, bds 71 Washington cor Moore 
Rich Catharine Mrs. h 151 Bridge 
Rich Isaiah, jr. butcher, h Fifth n Spring 
Richards Darius M. carpenter, h 21 Harrison 

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176 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Richards Darius M. jr. box maker, bds Front 
Richards Ebenezer, h Cambridge n Fayette 
Richards John A. painter, h Franklin n Pleasant 
Richards Joseph K. b architect, 46 Court, h 2 Richardson's 

Row, Cambridge 
Richards Michael, laborer, h Spruce 
Richards R. P. S. mason, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Richards William B. b driver Metropolitan R. R. bds Spring 

n Seventh 
Richardson Benjamin, b bookseller, 114 Washington, bds 

Brattle cor James 
Richardson Benjamin F. b musical instrument maker, 26 

Washington, h 37 Norfolk 
Richardson Catharine, assistant teacher Harvard Grammar 

School, bds J. P. Richardson's, Front 
Richardson Charles B. b 148 Hanover, h 49 Prospect 
Richardson Charles E. b Messenger Maverick Bank, bds 

Main n Dana 
Richardson Charles H. Janitor of Laboratory, Scientific 

School, h Kirkland 
Richardson Edward, Cashier City Bank, h Main n Dana 
Richardson Edwin F. bds Columbia n Hampshire 
Richardson George C. b (J. M. Beebe & Co.) dry goods, 38 

Kilby, h Harvard cor Inraan 
Richardson George E. b clerk, h 27 Cherry 
Richardson George E. b clerk, 29 Federal, bds Harvard cor 

Inman 
Richardson Horace C. h North Avenue 
Richardson James, glass maker, bds 104 Cambridge 
Richardson James, carpenter, bds 45 Franklin 
Richardson James P. attorney, Lamson's Block, Main, h 

Front 
Richardson Josiah, b fruit dealer, 1 Market, h 231 Broad- 
way % 
Richardson Lorenzo, machinist, h Village 
Richardson Robert, mason, h Columbia btwn Hampshire 

and Cambridge 
Richardson Royal, b soap dealer, 119 Haverhill, h 1 Richard- 
son's Row, Cambridge 
Richardson Samuel W. Deputv Sheriff, and City Marshal, 

office 80 Cambridge, h 61 Third 
Richardson Susan C. Mrs. bds Mrs. Gannett, Mt. Auburn 
Richardson Susan C. Miss, bds Mrs. Alanson, Linden 
Richardson Walcott, laborer, h North Avenue n Cedar 
Richardson William T. coal dealer, College Wharf, office 

Harvard Row, h Trowbridge 
Richmond Anna Mrs. h Concord Avenue, cor Craigie 
Richmond John W. glass maker, bds 129 Bridge 
Richmond Thomas EL bds Concord Avenue cor Craigie 
Rickeion Christopher, cabinet maker, bds 22 Fifth 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 177 

Ricker Jerediah, (Moses Ricker & Co.) carpenter, h River 

cor Williams 
Ricker Luther P. carpenter, h 14 Cottage 
Ricker Moses, (& Co.) carpenter, h River cor Auburn 
Ricker Oliver, soap maker, bds rear 71 Cambridge 
Ricker Sabrina Miss, dress maker, bds 34 Auburn 
Ricker Veasey P. h Broadway n Moore 
Ricoter John, crockery ware maker, bds Fifth cor Cam- 
bridge 
Rider Enoch, shipmaster, h Market n Union 
Rider Richard, shipmaster, h 35 Prospect 
Riley Bridget Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 
Riley Cornelius, laborer, h Fifth cor Charles 
Riley James, saloon, h 111 Bridge 
Riley Jeremiah, laborer, h 6 Lechmere Place 
Riley John, glass cutter, h Fifth n Gore 
Riley John, laborer, h n River 
Riley Patrick, teamster, h n River 
Riley Patrick, blacksmith, h Medford n Wiudsor 
Rindge Daniel, carpenter, bds Samuel Rindge, Third 
Rindge Margaret Mrs. h 3 Third 
Rindge Samuel, overseer yard at glass house, h Third n 

Cambridge 
Rindge Samuel B. b (Parker, Wilder & Co.) Federal, h 55 

Thorndike 
Ring Matthew, laborer, bds Eliot 
Rinn Henry, carpenter, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Ripley Daniel C. machinist, h 17 Sixth 
Ripley Ezra, attorney, Cambridge, h Otis n Third 
Ripley William, b 21 Temple Place, h Inman n Cambridge 
Ritterbush Lorenzo, switch tender, Lowell R. R. h 22 East 
Rittershaus Jacob, carver, h rear 164 Gore 
Rivers Anthony, shoemaker, h Green 
Rivers Isaac, carpenter, h Columbia n Harvard 
Roach John, plasterer, bds Brighton n Harvard Square 
Roach Michael, laborer, h Cherry n Pine 
Roach Richard, grease collector,' h Charles n Fourth 
Roach Samuel, bowling saloon, h 67 Spring, 
Roaf Robert N. clothing store, Main n Pearl 
Roberts Alfred A. b Custom House, h Washington n Norfolk 
Roberts Benjamin VV. Master Broadway Grammar School, 

h River n Kinnard 
Roberts Hiram, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Roberts John, cabinet maker, h Otis n Seventh 
Roberts John, organ builder, h Jennings n Brookline 
Roberts Margaret A. boarding house, Bridge n (Jraigie Br. 
Roberts Myron, ice dealer, bds Mrs. Mumler's, 24 Brighton 
Robertson Charles A. b physician, 4 Suffolk, bds Main cor 
Prescott 

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178 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY, 

Robbins Andrew, hack driver, bds Third n Gore 
Robbins Evina E. dress maker, bds 11 Norfolk 
Robbins Fanny Mrs. h Third n Gore 
Robbins George W. b 3 Court, h Columbia 
Robins Francis, b pianoforte maker, h Market 
Robinson Alden, blacksmith, bds Joel Robinson 
Robinson Charles, spring bed manufacturer, h River n Au- 
burn 
Robinson Charles, laborer, bds 8 Gore 
Robinson Converse L. pianoforte maker, bds Magazine cor 

Cottage 
Robinson, David, laborer, h Fourth n Charles 
Robinson Henry J. clerk, bds 121 Cambridge 
Robinson James, h Williams n Magazine 
Robinson Joel, blacksmith, h rear Cambridge 
Robinson John, carpenter, bds Gardner n Prospect 
Robinson John, glass maker, h Seventh n Thorndiko 
Robinson John W. h Beech cor Orchard 
Robinson Orrerl, b provision dealer, 28 Merchants' Row, h 

Fourth n Cambridge 
Robinson Robert, glass maker, h 16 Fourth 
Robinson Thomas, clerk, h Sixth n Thorndike 
Robinson W. Augustus, clerk, bds Mrs. Hawkes, Auburn 
Robinson William D. toll collector, Brookline Bridge, h 

Auburn Court 
Robinson William, bds Harvard cor Norfolk 
Robinson William A. bds 34 Auburn 
Robinson William H. sash and blind maker, h Clark n 

School 
Roby Mary G, teacher Putnam Primary School, bds 80 Gore 
Roby Warren G. b clerk, bds 80 Gore 
Roby William H. carver, bds 80 Gore 
Rodan Andrew, tailor, h Cottage n Pearl 
Roelofson Christian, h Avon n Shepard 
Rogers Allen, rope maker, h Medford n Windsor 
Rogers Benjamin C. b 165 Blackstone, h 25 River 
Rogers Benjamin F. b ship chandler, Commercial, h Broad- 
way n Hampshire 
Rogers Caleb E. carpenter, bds Erie n Magazine 
Rogers Edward C.'medical e^ctrician, 35 Auburn 
Rogers John P. b hardware, 93 Pearl, h Shepard cor Avon 
Rogers Julia A. Mrs. h 110 Otis 
Rogers Patrick C. cooper, h 54 Pearl 
Rogers Zoan, b carpenter, h Erie n Magazine 
Roland Joseph, tailor, h rear Court 
Rolf LouiSfe S. assistant teacher Mason Middle School, bds 

Main cor Temple 
Rollins Amos P. funeral undertaker, h 15 Auburn Court 
Rollins Dexter W. b eating house, Lindal, bds Brattle 
House, Brattle Square 



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Rollins Elisha B. conductor Union R. R. bds Mr. Richard- 
son's, North Avenue 
Rollins Nicholas F. carpenter, Pleasant n Athenaeum, h 

Pearl cor Auburn 
Rook Michael, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
Rooney Charles, glass blower, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Ropes Hardy, b 25 Lewis Wharf, h 560 Main 
Roscoe James T. cabinet maker, h Otis n Seventh 
Rosa Zebulon, engineer, h Race Course 
Rosenberg Joseph, glass cutter, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Rosenburg Vendal, glass cutter, h 116 Bridge 
Rosenbush Franklin, glass cutter, bds rear 71 Cambridge 
Ross David, teamster, h Foster 
Ross Hugh, laborer, h Vine cor Fifth 
Ross Michael, laborer, h Charles n Third 
Ross Robert, teamster, h Willard 
Ross Robert Mrs. fancy goods dealer, Main n Pearl 
Ross William, block tin worker, h Vine n Fourth 
Rosson Andrew, waiter, h Washington n Main 
Rounds Benjamin T. b mason, h Pearl op Williams 
Rowan Thomas, machinist, h Amory cor Summer 
Rowe Hugh, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 
Rowe Isaac F. h Everett 
Rowe James S. b gilder, h 139 Cambridge 
Rowe Noah, farmer, h Linnsean 
Rowe Peter, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 
Rowell Albert, organ builder, h 56 Spring 
Rowell Ephraim Q. mason, h 38 Franklin 
Rowland David F. b school apparatus manufacturer, h 

Fifth n Spring 
Rudolph David, baker, h Cambridge cor Medford 
Rugg George H. clerk, bds 149 Harvard cor Windsor 
Rugg Josiah N. stationer, h 42 Western Avenue 
Rugg William D. box maker, bds Clark cor Broadway 
Ruhling Frederick, cabinet maker, 5 Brimmer Block, Har- 
vard 
Rumrill Rebecca Mrs. h Cherry n Harvard 
Runey Patrick J. carver, bds T. Runey, Charles Court 
Runey Terrance, currier, Court, h Slane's Block 
Rundlet Taylor M. b Custom House, h Broadway n Pros- 
pect 
Runey Michael, (& Stafford,) marble worker, Main, L P. h 

Broadway cor Windsor 
Runey Samuel S. clerk, h 58 Spring 
Runkle John D. computer, 618 Main, h Dedham 
Rupp George, grocer, Cambridge, h Cambridge n Fifth 
Russ Augustus b (Park &) attorney, 7 Court Square, bds 

Green cor Pearl 
Russ Catharine Mrs. h 48 Fifth 
Russ Charles E. tin plate worker, Main, bds Green cor Pearl 



180 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Russ Daniel, h Pearl cor Green 

Russ George L. b artist, h Union 

Russell CUarles C. b salesman, bds Garden cor Appian 
Way 

Russell Charles D. printer, h Dunster cor South 

Russell Charles F. b clerk, bds Main op Dana 

Russell Charles J. b broker, h Avon 

Russell Charles L. printer, h 5 Antrim 

Russell Charles T. b counsellor, 27 State, h Craigie n Brattle 

Russell Charles W. provision dealer, Tremont cor Hamp- 
shire, h Hampshire n Inman 

Russell Cynthia Mrs. h 26 Broadway 

Russell Daniel M. carpenter, h Windsor cor Washington 

Russell Edward T. b tobacconist, h Main op Dana 

Russell Frank S. b clerk, bds Main op Dana 

Russell George S. b produce dealer, 3 Merchants' Row, h 
85 Norfolk 

Russell James M. bds 201 Broadway 

Russell John R. carpenter, bds 2 Lambert Avenue, n Por- 
ter's Station 

Russell Joseph, laborer, h 29 Broadway 

Russell Julia A. assistant teacher Washington Grammar 
School, bds Main op Quincy 

Russell Levi F. b (Penniman, Foster &) shoe and leather 
store, 9 Pearl, h Kirkland Place op Sumner 

Russell Mary B. dress maker, bds 93 Cambridge 

Russell Nathan, shoe store, 368 Main op Post Office, h Au- 
burn cor Auburn Court 

Russell Nathan jr. b Messenger Bank of Commerce, bds 
Auburn cor Auburn Court 

Russell Thomas, furniture dealer, Chestnut cor Harvard, h 
Main cor Bow 

Russell. Thomas, whitesmith, h 4 Hastings 

Russell William, trader, Cambridge, cor Tremont, h Hamp- 
shire n Prospect 

Russell William (& Co.) refreshment saloon, North Avenue, 
n Porter's, h n Race Course 

Russell William B. b (Page, Briggs & Babbitt,) iron dealer, 
1 and 2 South Market, bds Main op Dana 

Russell William W. mason, h Spruce 

Rust Charbs H. cabinet maker, bds 44 Spring 

Ryan Charles H. carpenter, h n Concord Avenue 

Ryan James, tailor, h 103 Bridge 

Ryan John h Short n Magazine 

Ryan Margaret Mrs. h Portland 

Ryan Michael, tailor, h 142 Cambridge 

Ryan Michael, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Fresh Pond 

Ryan Thomas, laborer, h Medford n Clark 

Ryan Thomas F. carpenter, h n Concord Avenue 

Ryan William A. coach maker, h North Avenue 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 181 

Ryder George G. b ship chandler, 64 Commercial, ^h Elm 



Ryder John, hairdresser, h 12 School 
Safford A. H. b (Ames & Co.) dry goods, 59 Milk, h Pros- 
pect n Broadway 
Safford Charles B. painter, bds Mrs. Young's, Gerry 
Safford Eleanor, assistant teacher Washington Alphabet 

School, bds Mrs. Clarence, Garden 
Salisbury Samuel, green house plants, h 50 Gore 
Samborn Daniel M. teamster, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Sampson John, mariner, h Market n Columbia 
Sampson William P. shoe store, Douglass' Block, Main, h 48 

Magazine 
Sanborn Amos C. (& Co.) granite dealer, Bridge, h Maga- 
zine cor Willow 
Sanborn Ambrose H. machinist, h 18 East 
Sanborn James F. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.) granite dealer, 

Bridge, bds Magazine cor Willorw 
Sanborn John W. laborer, bds 298 Main 
Sanborn Sylvester H. b bookbinder, h Sidney 
Sanborn William H. blacksmith, h East Boston 
Sanders Charles, h Frisbie Place 
Sanders Joseph, carpenter, bds 298 Main _ 
Sanders Samuel, carpenter, Clark, h Market 
Sanderson Charles C. clerk, 5 Brattle, h Shepard 
Sanderson Chester, (& Lanergan,) pyrotechnist, Etna La- 

bratory, h Boston 
Sanderson Isaac, laborer, h 75 Spring 
Sanderson Joseph, clerk, h Eliot 
Sanderson Otis, soap maker, rear Vine n Fourth 
Sands George M. hairdresser, Brighton n Harvard Square 
Sands John L. brick maker, h Garden cor Wyeth 
Sanger Lewis, hatter, State, h Village cor State 
Sanger Lucy Mrs. h 9 Auburn 
Sanger Warren, Cashier Market Bank, bds North Avenue 

cor Sacramento 
Santry Daniel A. b daguerreotypist, bds Bowdoin Place 
Sargent Benjamin, glass maker, h rear 71 Cambridge 
Sargent Esther Mrs. h Mason cor Phillips Place 
Sargent John, h Broadway n Tremont 
Sargent John D. conductor Union R. R. bds Broadway n 

Tremont 
Sargent Solomon, trader, 505 Main 
Saunders Charles H. b 34 Union, h Everett 
Saunders Francis E. (Bates &) dry goods, Harvard Block, 

h Avon 
Saunders George S. b hardware, 21 Dock Square, h Follen 

cor Concord Avenue 
Saunders Horace F. b 29 Merchants' Row, bds Garden n 

Appian Way 



182 camhridc;k diki-:ctoky. 

Saunders William, h Garden n Appian Way 

Saunders William A. b 29 Merchants' Row, h North Avenue 

n Linnaean 
Savage Abraham, N. E. Glass Works, h 138 Otis 
Savage James M. carpenter, bds rear 33 Spring 
Savage Ellen Mrs. h 1 Foster Place 
Savage John, jr. Cashier Lechmere Bank, h 3 Concord, 

Charlestown 
Sawin Daniel W. expressman, h Appian Way 
Sawin John D. expressman, h Eliot 
Sawin Lysander W. carpenter, bds Appian Way 
Sawin Nathaniel D. b commission merchant, 41 and 43 

Quincy Market, h Everett Place n Mt. Auburn 
Sawin Sarah Mrs. h North Avenue op Common 
Sawyer Charles A. painter, bds Columbia cor Harvard 
Sawyer Edward H. painter, h 38 Tremont 
Sawyer Ellen Mrs. h 22 Fifth 

Sawyer Eusebius, soap maker, h Columbia cor Harvard 
Sawyer George E. painter, bds Columbia cor Harvard 
Sawyer Howard M. painter, Cambridge, bds 121 Cambridge 
Sawyer Jesse L. painter, Main, h Essex 
Sawyer John J. assistant -clerk Court, h Somerville 
Sawyer Josiah, shoe store, Brookline, h Auburn cor Brook- 
line 
Sawyer Mary E. assistant teacher Broadway Grammar 

School, bds Brookline n Auburn 
Sawyer Samuel, physician, h Holyoke cor Mt. Auburn 
Sayles Ezekiel W. car repairer, h*24 East 
Say ward Charles W. carpenter, bds Pleasant junc. River 
Sealand Marcian S. at C. Dorr's, North Avenue 
Scagel Hiram, laborer, h rear 104 Main 
Scanlan Benedict, sash and blind maker, bds 58 Essex 
Scanlan James, tailor, Lamson's Block, Main, h 58 Essex 
Scanlan Joseph F. jeweler, Main, bds 58 Essex 
Scanlan Timothy, tailor, h 99 Bridge 
Scanlan William, laborer, h Brighton 
Scheffer William, stereotyper, bds 0. Holmes', Main 
Schill Joseph, laborer, h 40 Washington 
Schmitt George A. Instructor in German, rooms 479 Main 
Schnabel Henrich, cabinetmaker bis Fifth cor Cambridge 
Schuize James, provision dealer, h Green n Western Avenue 
Schwartz Christian, brush maker, h Cambridge cor Fifth 
Scott Francis N. b clerk, h River cor Kinnard 
Scott John, clergyman, bds 10 Holyoke 
Scott John W. A. b 265 Washington, h Cottage cor Pleasant 
Scott Robert, waiter, h Murdock cor Hampshire 
Scott Robert, laborer, at 0. Hastings, Brattle 
Scott Thomas, stone cutter, h Vine n Fourth 
Scribner John W. assist, freight agent Lowell R. R. h 20 East 
Scudder Alexander, b wharfinger, li 35 River 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 183 

Scudder Edwin, b 141 North, h 4 Austin Place 

Scudder Harvey, b (& Co.) 23 East Clinton h 94 Otis 

Scully Thomas, gardener, h Elmwood cor Brattle 

Sealer Samuel, glass maker, h rear Winter 

Searles John, shipmaster, h 11 Sixth 

Seaver Isaac, brush maker, h Seventh n Thorndike 

Seaverns George W. pianoforte maker, Main n Car Factory, 

h Magazine n Cottage 
Seavey Joshua, h Wendall 
Seavey Theodore H. b grocer, bds 559 Main 
Seelye Norman M. b sewing machine maker, 4 Beverly, bds 

152 Cambridge 
Seeberlich Lewis, glass maker, h Winter n Fourth 
Semper Charles S. printer, bds Green n Bay 
Servis John, cork maker, h Main n Car Factory 
Sessions Elizabeth Miss, teacher private school, Winthrop 

Square, cor Mt. Auburn 
Sessions Lucy, Miss, h Winthrop Square, cor Mt. Auburn 
Sever Charles W. bookseller, bds Dunster cor Mt. Auburn 
Severance Augustus, driver Union B. K. h n Mt. Auburn 

gate 
Severance Horace M. printer, h Kinnard 
Severance Roswell, printer, h Kinnard 
Seaverns Nahum, laborer, h Austin 
Seymore Mason, brick maker, h n Dublin 
Seymour Almira, b school teacher, bds Dr. Rogers, 35 Au- 
burn 
Shackford Bailey, conductor Union R. R. bds .Mrs. Goves, 

Main n Pearl 
Shackford Charles, driver Union R. R. bds 2 Lambert Ave- 
nue n Porter's Station 
Shackford Leonard, conductor Union R. R. bds 2 Lambert 

Avenue, n Porter's Station 
Shackley Eben (Thurston, Hall & Co.) baker, h Cambridge 

n Prospect 
Shackley Edmund, bds 95 Norfolk 
Shackley Owen, baker, h Pine cor Harvard 
Shackley Serena Miss, dress maker, bds 95 Norfolk 
Shanahan Thomas A. marble cutter, h 31 Brooks' Building 
Sharkey Patrick, laborer, bds Fitzpatrick's, Gore 
Sharkie James, blacksmith, h Elm n Cambridge 
Shattuck George W. jeweler, Main cor Magazine, h Wind 

sor n Hampshire 
Shattuck Moses C. soap maker, bds 58 Cherry 
Shanahan Thomas, stone cutter, bds Moore cor School 
Shaughnessy Michael, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Shaw George S. b ( Henshaw, Edmunds &) druggist, 36 

India, h Kirkland Place 
Shaw George W. teamster, bds Williams cor Pearl ; 
Shaw Levi, bds Gardner n Prospect 



184 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Shaw Lewis, carpenter, h Gardner n Prospect 

Shea Cornelius, lahorer, h Green 

Shea Dennis, laborer, h Dunster 

Shea Dennis, laborer, Thurston & Torrey, Main, bds 34 

Cherry 
Shea Dennis, laborer, h Bridge n Third 
Shea Dennis, laborer, h Winthrop 
Shea James, laborer, h Brighton 
Shea Jeremiah, laborer, h Winthrop 
Shea John, laborer, h Winthrop 
Shea John, laborer, h Brighton 
Shea Martin, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 
Shea Michael, carpenter, h Short, Ward Three 
Shea Patrick, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Shedd Alonzo, b locksmith, North, h Howard n Mt. Auburn 
Sheen Thomas, shoemaker, bds Mellen's, Main 
Shahan Thomas, blacksmith, Brighton 
Shehan Catharine, h 11 North 
Sheldon Mary Mrs. h Fourth n Gore 
Sheldon William J. lock repairer, h Main n Front 
Shelton Patrick, gardener, h Fourth n Vine * 
Shepard Eliza P. Mrs. h 9' Brooks' Building 
Shepard Franklin, 13 Broadway L P 
Shepard Jared, b clerk, Suffolk Bank, h 41 Spring 
Shepard John, laborer, bds Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 
Shepard Obed C. carpenter, bds Brattle n Mason 
Shepherd Sumner P. (Burrage, Stickney & Co.) lumber 

dealer, h Broadway L P 
Sheridan James, laborer, h North n East 
Sheridan Owen, oyster saloon, Bridge cor Short, h 101 

Bridge 
Sheriff Charles H. brush maker, h 59 Third 
Sheriff Langdon, brush maker, bds Cambridge 
Sherlock Josephine A. milliner, Main n Athenaeum, bds 33 

Western Avenue 
Sherman Daniel (E. Hovey & Co.) bacon curer, 296 Main, 

h 4 Pine 
Sherman Elijah, machinist, h 61 Third 
Shields Ann Mrs. h Vine 
Shivlear Peter, laborer, bds North Avenue 
Shorey Timothy, bridge builder, h 97 Vine 
Shorfenburg Sarah A. Mrs. h 93 Gore 
Shubarth Martihnius L. printer, h Sargent Place 
Shulze Paul, b architect, Gray's Iron Building, Court, h 

Pleasant 
Short Cornelius, b cabinet maker, h rear 60 Cambridge 
Shumway Victor, carver, h 49 Winter 
Sias William, h Elm cor Maple 
Sibley John L. librarian, H. U. bds Holyoke cor Winthrop, 

rooms 15 Divinity Hall 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 185 

Sias William, h Elm cor Maple 

Siller Henry J. brass finisher, h 63 Third 

Silloway Joseph, b commission merchant, 8 Long "Wharf, h 

North Avenue n Porter's Station 
Simonds Elvira, h 22 Worcester 
Simonds G. H. b h 58 Washington 
Simonds Joseph, b dry goods, 87 Cambridge, h Prospect 

n Garden 
Simons Joseph, glass maker, h 84 Fourth 
Simpson Bartlett, (W. E. & B. Simpson,) box maker, h 2 

Broadway L P 
Simpson Willard E. (W. E. & B. Simpson,) box maker, 

Broadway L P, h 49 Market 
Singleton Thomas, glass cutter, h 11 Fifth 
Sinnet George, brewer, h Winter cor Fourth 
Skahan Thomas, laborer, h n Concord Ayenue 
Skeene William H. b bds Garden 
Skehan Patrick, laborer, h rear Concord Avenue 
Skelley Edward F. glass maker, bds 78 Gore 
Skelley Elizabeth Mrs. h 78 Gore 
Skelton Charles, carpenter, bds Elm n Hampshire 
Skinner Benjamin H. b h 86 Harvard 
Skinner Charles A. clergyman, h 205 Harvard 
Skinner Samuel N, b merchant tailor, 76 Washington h 

Sumner 
Slater Perley E. b broker, h 3 Austin Place op Church 
Slaven Catharine Mrs. h Third n Charles 
Sleeper Solomon S. b merchant, Faneuil Hall, h North Av 
Sloan Thomas, b blacksmith, h 38 Tremont 
Slocomb Charles E. mason, h Seventh n Otis 
Slocomb Emmons, carpenter, h Seventh n Otis 
Slocomb Rufus H. carpenter, h Front 
Slocomb Samuel, agent Bay State Glass Co. h 71 Otis 
Sloey Patrick, laborer, h n Dublin 
Small Benjamin, ticket agent, Lowell R. R. h Sacramento 

n Beacon 
Small Benjamin A. clerk, h Fourth cor Spring 
Small Joseph E. b clerk, bds Sacramento n Beacon 
Smallidge Jeremiah W. carpenter, h Otis n Sixth 
Smallidge Lucretia Mrs. h 56 Thorndike 
Smart Don Carlos, wood turner, State n Main, h Village 
Smart Gustavus A. wood turner, bds Village 
Smith Adam C. baker, h Brighton op Eliot 
Smith Almira P. Mrs. h 2 River 

Smith Alva C. Master Webster Grammar School, h Wil- 
liams cor Magazine 
Smith Amos, h 124 Harvard 

Smith Amos, jr., b clerk, h 3 Franklin n Brooklina 
Smith Anna M. bds 142 Cambridge 
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186 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Smith Atwood B. mason, h 2 Harrison Avenue cor 

River 
Smitli Benjamin G. (Warren & Co.) lumber dealer, East 

Camjridge, bds Fayerweather 
Smith Bradford W. teamster, h 24 Winter 
Smith Calvin S. glass cutter, h 97 Otis 
Smith Catharine Mrs. dress maker, bds 12 Brattle Square 
Smith Charles, clerk, bds Mrs. Buxton's, Harvard Square 
Smith Charles R. b bookkeeper, h 131 Cambridge 
Smith Chauncey, b attorney, 46 Washington, bds Dunster 

cor Harvard 
Smith Daniel J. grocer, Washington cor Windsor, h 51 

Washington 
Smith Daniel S. glass cutter, h 36 Spring 
Smith David, teamster, bds 6 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Smith David H. carpenter, bds 31 State 
Smith Eber Mrs. Medford cor Hampshire 
Smith Elbridge, carpenter, h Austin 
Smith Elbridge, carpenter, h 8 Brooks' Building 
Smith Eli A. b bookbinder, h 387 Main 
Smith Frederick J. cigar maker, bds Broadway L P 
Smith George, (John Smith &) leather dresser, bds Harvard 

cor Davis 
Smith George A. b clerk, Appleton Bank, bds Lee cor Main 
Smith George W. carpenter, h 14 Austin 
Smith George W. carpenter, bds 6 Green 
Smith Green, h Essex 
Smith Harriet N. Mrs. h Brattle n Mason 
Smith Henry, machinist,.h Bridge n First 
Smith Henry A. b clerk, h Broadway n Windsor 
Smith Henry C. b clerk, h rear 48 Fifth 
Smith Henry D. stable keeper, Gore, h 4 Third 
Smith James, b Messenger State House, h Murdock n 

Hampshire 
Smith James, teamster, bds Short 
Smith James, cooper, h Charles n Fourth 
Smith James, shipmaster, h Magazine cor Williams 
Smith James S. bds 15 Auburn 
Smith James W. teamster, h Bridge 
Smith John, laborer, h 96 Bridge 
Smith John, laborer, h Spruce 
Smith John, laborer, h Hampshire junc. Broadway 
Smith John, (& Son,) leather dresser, Davis, h Harvard cor 

Davis 
Smith John, bds Harvard n Harvard Square 
Smith J. De Wolfe, physician, Holyoke cor South 
Smith John H. b clerk, h Otis n Fifth 
Smith John W. B. waiter, h rear 'lb Washington 
Smith Joseph C. hatter, Main, n Columbia, u Austin 
Smith Joshua B. b caterer, Brattle, h rear Norfolk 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 187 



Smith Lebbeus W. b broker, 65 Broad, h Richardson's 
Row, Cambridge 

Smith Lebbeus W. jr. b broker, 65 Broad, bds 8 Richard- 
son's Row, Cambridge 

Smith Lyman G. bds Essex 

Smith Marcellus, b liquor dealer, Exchange, bds Main cor 
Pioneer 

Smith Martin L. wood and coal dealer, Main L P, h Deacon 
n Main 

Smith Mary Ann Mrs. h Mt. Auburn n Brattle 

Smith Nancy Mrs. h West n Inman 

Smith Nelson, baker, h Elm n Broadway 

Smith Newton, pedler, h Harvard cor Clark 

Smith N. A. b lumber dealer, bds Brattle House, Brattle 
Square 

Smith Samuel, provision dealer, h Pearl cor Cottage 

Smith Samuel K. b harness maker, bds 45 Sixth 

Smith Sidney mason, h Cottage Court 

Smith Sidney, jr. expressman, h 23 River 

Smith Simeon, cook, h North Avenue 

Smith Stephen, (& Gooch,) lumber dealer, Brighton, h Ox- 
ford 

Smith Stillman J. gas fitter, bds 36 Spring 

Smith William, b 52 Brattle, h 36 Seventh 

Smith William, cabinet maker, h 4 Brooks' Building 

Smith William, carpenter, bds Mrs. Molyneaux, 334 Main 

Smith William H. b Tenny's carpet warehouse, h Windsor 

Smith William H. carpenter, bds 344 Main 

Smith William H. printer, bds Western Avenue 

Smith Willard W. livery stable, Broadway, h 252 Broadway 

Smollen Joseph, stone cutter, h Washington n Main 

Smye Joseph, laborer, h Foster 

Smyth Abigail W. h 14 Pleasant 

Snell William, carpenter, h Bridge n Prison Point Bridge 

Snelling Josiah, b baker, h Jay n River 

Snow Alonzo L. b dentist, 140 Court, h 35 Franklin 

Snow Ambrose, carpenter, h 403 Main 

Snow Benjamin B. harness and trunk maker, Cambridge, 
h 38 Spring op Lechmere House 

Snow Eben, b Shawmut Bank, h 15 Hancock 

Snow Emeline, bds Short, Ward Two 

Snow Franklin D. carpenter, h North Avenue cor Russell 

Snow Humphrey L. b dry goods, 99 Milk, h 10 Williams n 
Magazine 

Snow Nathaniel, dry goods, Main n Norfolk 

Snow Samuel, bds Appian Way n Garden 

Snow Sarah Mrs. h Appian Way 

Snow Sarah Mrs. dry goods, Main n Norfolk 

Snow Seymour B. b bookkeeper, h Magazine n Walnut 

Snow Simeon, b currier, bds Columbia n Main 



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Snow Thomas R. b grocer, h Appian Way n Brattle 

Snow William, baker, hrear Fisk's Block, Main 

Snowden, William W. carriage maker, h Third n Gore 

Soden Arthur, bds Brattle n Brattle Square 

Soden Charlotte Mrs. h Brattle n Brattle Square 

Solevay Francis, laborer, h n Race Course 

Somes John, superintendent of butchery at Squire's Pork 

House, Gore n Seventh, h 138 Gore 
Somes Timothy D. b (& Son) furniture dealer, 164 Com- 
mercial, h 352 Main 
Somerby Charles, organ pipe maker, bds 95 Cambridge 
Somering Lewis, cabinet maker, h Harvard n Main . 

Somring Louis, cabinet maker, Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Sophocles Evangelinus A. tutor in Greek, H. U. rooms 3 

Holway 
South Isaiah, (Wright &) grocer, h Spring cor Fourth 
Southack James H. pianoforte maker, h 13 Windsor 
Southard Lucian H. b music teacher, bds 40 Columbia 
Souther Edward, b clerk Tremont Bank, h Story 
Southwick Hannah R. Mrs. h Third n Cambridge 
Southwick George W. mariner, bds Third n Cambridge 
Southworth George M. apothecary, bds 7 Austin 
Spain William, shoemaker, h Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 
Spalding Asaph G. b intelligence office, h Moore n Harvard 
Spalding Eliza R. teacher Eastern Primary School, bds 110 

Thorndike 
Spare Elijah, jr. ladder manufacturer, h Thorndike n Fifth 
Sparhawk John J. b merchant, h 60 Cherry 
Sparks Jared, h Quincy cor Kirkland 
Sparrow James H. carpenter, bds River n Auburn 
Sparrow Susan Mrs. h Magazine n Williams 
Sparrow Susan, teacher Dana Primary School, bds Mag- 
azine cor Williams 
Sparrow William, carpenter, bds River n Auburn 
Spaulding Curtis B. soap maker, bds Clark cor Broadway 
Spear Isaac, h Columbia n Main 
Spelman Israel M. h Sparks n Brattle 
Spencer Charles H. b clerk, h Market cor Bristol 
Spencer Hosea, mason, h Washington n Clark 
Spencer William V. b bookseller, 128 Washington, h Mt. 

Auburn n Holyoke 
Spentoff Matthew, 'marble polisher, h School 
Sprague Isaac, artist, h Avon n Linnaean 
Spring Charles, b merchant, Long Wharf, h North Avenue 

n brick School House 
Spring Francis, baker, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Spring William S. grocer, Main cor Windsor, h 30 Windsor 
Sproul Andrew, rope maker, n North Avenue, h Tenny's 

Court 
Sproul Francis, rope manufacturer, h Harrison Avenue 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 189 

Sproul James, oyster saloon, Short cor Bridge, Ward Three 

Sproul Joseph, laborer, h 29 Windsor 

Squarey William, printer, h Hancock n Main 

Stackpole Joseph, stair builder, h 47 Fifth 

Stacy George, W. painter, 416 Main, h Somerset Court cor 

Magazine 
Stacy James B. printer, h Western Avenue n Kinnard 
Stacy John, carpenter, bds Western Avenue cor Kinnard 
Stacy Mary Mrs. h Western Avenue cor Kinnard 
Staff George, b furrier, bds Washington n Main 
Staff John, leather dresser, h Washington n Main 
Staff John, leather dresser, h Washington n Harrison 
Stafford James, bootmaker, Brighton n Harvard Square 
Stafford John, b stone cutter, h Short 
Stafford John, bootmaker, Brighton, h South 
Stafford Thomas, (Runey &) stone cutter, Main L P, h 

Short 
Stamford John, glass maker, bds 32 Gore 
Standish Eliza Mrs. h Charles n Fourth 
Stanford Stephen, hostler, h 41 Gore 
Stanger Lewis, glass maker, h Sixth n Cambridge 
Staples James, carpenter, Mt. Auburn cor Dunster, h Gar- 
den n Concord Avenue 
Staples Samuel, laborer, h Spring n Fifth 
Starbuck George M. b broker, bds 99 Spring 
Starbuck William C. b treasurer N. E. Jewelry Co. Wash- 
ington, h 99 Spring 
Starr Lanta, brass founder, h Baldwin Court 
St. Clair John M. h Front cor Sidney 
Stean Robert, laborer, h Charles, n Fourth 
Stearns Amos F. b 52 Brattle, h 40 Seventh 
Stearns Amos 0. b locksmith, h Seventh 
Stearns James, livery stable, Dunster n Harvard Square, h 

Eliot 
Stearns Moses, b Custom House, h Prospect cor Hampshire 
Stearns Theodore T. shoemaker, h 36 Washington 
Stearns Thomas, h School Court 

Stearns William F. b clerk, Central Wharf, bds 24 Centre 
Stearns William G. steward, H. U. office 1 Harvard Row, h 

Lowell 
Stebbins Rufus P. clergyman, h Dana n Main 
| Stedman Augustus, gymnasium, Palmer, h Mt. Auburn 
Stedman Vernal R. pianoforte action maker, Main n Car 

Factory, h Harvard cor Windsor 
Steele James, b bookkeeper, h 94 Prospect 
Steenberg John, cabinet maker, bds Clark 
Stenger Michael, glass cutter, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Stetson Calvin M. teamster, h 56 River 
Stetson Zephaniah, carpenter, h Harrison Place 
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190 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Stevens Abby A. Miss, tailoress, bds 6 Auburn Court 
Stevens Abel (Albert Stevens & Co.) carpenter, Mt. Au- 
burn, h Ash street Court 
Stevens Albert, (& Co.) carpenter, Mt. Auburn, h Everett 

Place 
Stevens Amos, (Burgess &) box maker, at Osbom's, h 

Front 
Stevens Atherton H. h Water 
Stevens Atherton H. jr. grocer, Bridge cor Water, h 136 

Bridge cor Third 
Stevens Caleb, b teamster, h Murdock n Gardner 
Stevens Charles B. clerk Register of Deeds, h Otis n 

Fifth 
Stevens Charles C. travelling merchant, bds 31 Franklin 
Stevens Clara Mrs. dress maker, h Auburn n Pearl 
Stevens Cyrus S. (& Gilson) painter, Western Avenue, n 

Main,*h Kinnard cor Western Avenue 
Stevens Edgar, pattern maker, bds 92 Cambridge 
Stevens Edwin A. painter, h Brookline n Franklin 
Stevens Elias H. soap maker, h 36 Gore 
Stevens George, organ manufacturer, h 51 Thorndike 
Stevens George P. clerk, bds Water 
Stevens George W. painter, bds River 
Stevens Harriet R. dress maker, bds 1 Prospect 
Stevens John H. plumber, 81 Main, bds 34 Auburn 
Stevens Joseph B. S. medicine dealer, h River 
Stevens Martha B. teacher Putnam Primary School, bds 

42 Thorndike 
Stevens Moses, superintendent Union R. R. stable, Concord 

Avenue 
Stevens Samuel, carpenter, h 6 Auburn Court 
Stevens Thomas, mariner, h 74 Third 
Stevens William, b organ builder, h 101 Otis 
Stevens William L. painter, bds 34 Cherry 
Stevenson David, plasterer, h 117 Spring 
Stevenson Dekyle, bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Stevenson James, laborer, bds Front 
Stevenson John, b h 13 Hastings 
Stevenson Thomas, plasterer, bds 117 Spring 
Stewart Alonzo, grocer, Cambridge cor Fourth, h Otis n 

Sixth 
Stewart Andrew Mrs. h Willard 
Stewart Elizabeth Mrs. h Brattle Square cor Brattle 
Stewart Henry L. painter, h Mt. Auburn 
Stewart Levi*W. carpenter, h Clark n Harvard 
Stewart Lucy J. dress maker, Main n Norfolk 
Stewart Orlando, engineer, Lowell R. R. h Otis n Sixth 
Stewart Richard, butcher, h Spruce 
Stickney Austin, bds Hilliard 
Stickney Francis H. carpenter, h Otis n Sixth 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 191 

Stickney Lucy Mrs. h Hilliard 

Stickney Nathaniel N. (Burrage, Stickney & Co.) lumber 
dealer, Court cor Broadway, h 51 Mt. Auburn 

Stiles Edwin, conductor Union R. R. bds Holmes' Place 

Stiles John C. Superintendent Union R. R. h Holmes 
Place 

Stiles Lucius b (Johnson & Co.) wholesale clothing dealer, 
65 Congress, h Inman n Cambridge 

Stiles Stephen, carpenter, h North Avenue 

Stiles Samuel, carpenter, h Willow n North Avenue 

Still Charles, mason, h 30 Washington 

Stimpson Herbert H. b (H. & F. Stimpson,) stove and range 
dealer, Congress cor Water, h North Avenue 

Stimpson John, ambrotypist, Wood's Block, Main, h 5 Oak 

Stimson Royal, farmer, h Concord Avenue 

Stimson Royal W. farmer, bds Concord Avenue 

Stinson Charles, laborer, h Brookline n Perry 

Stinson Daniel, teamster, h Pine n Washington 

Stinson John, laborer, h Columbia 

Stockbridge Lodaiski A. assistant teacher Webster Middle 
School, bds Pme n Harvard 

Stone Amos, County Treasurer, Court House, h Charles- 
town 

Stone Benjamin, b brass founder, h 26 School 

Stone Betsey Mrs. h Elm 

Stone Charles, grocer, Main n Prospect, h Green n Hancock 

Stone Daniel, b 94 Sudbury, h River cor Auburn 

Stone Daniel G. box maker, bds 298 Main 

Stone John, stereotyper, Riverside, h Willow n Magazine 

Stone Josiah, carpenter, h Elm 

Stone Levi F. box maker, h Harvard n Main 

Stone Mary Mrs. h North Avenue 

Stone Peter R. L. h Lee cor Main 

Stone Richard, expressman, h Green 

Stone William, wheelwright, h Gerry n Mt. Auburn 
'^Stone William F. h Cambridge op Hovey's Nursery 

Stone William R. city missionary, h Norfolk n Hampshire 

Storer William, clerk, h Green cor Pleasant 

Story J. M. Russell, b apothecary, North Russell cor Cam- 
bridge, h 129 Broadway 

Story William, h Appian Way 

Strasburgh Joseph, bds Fifth n Vine 

Stratton Charles, driver Union R. R. bds Watertown 

Stratton Charles, expressman, h 28 Dunster 

Stratton Edward B. carpenter, bds 32 Pearl op Williams 

Stratton Ira, b (Stratton, Sheriff & Co.) brush manufactur- 
er, 22 Exchange, h Austin op Douglass 

Stratton William A. carpenter, bds Walnut n Sidney 

Straw Love, engineer, h 118 Bridge 

Stroelin Julius T. pocket book maker, h Moore n Harvard 



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192 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Strout Charles H. clerk, h Sixth n Spring 

Stry Aran, carpenter, h Main n Columbia 

Stndley Amasa, carpenter, h 20 Fourth 

Stndley Edward A. b tailor, 24 Court, bds Broadway L P 

Studley Joseph, apothecary, Main cor Austin, h Austin op 

Douglass 
Sturtevant Barzillai, car builder, h Auburn n River 
Sullivan Cornelius, waiter, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h 6 Foster Place 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h Eliot 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h 4 Lechmere Place 
Sullivan Cornelius, b laborer, h Main op Windsor 
Sullivan Cornelius C. P. laborer, h 11 North 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, bds Dublin 
Sullivan Daniel, gardener, h Green n Bay 
Sullivan Daniel, blacksmith, h 14 Hastings 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h 3 North 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, at J. E. Worcester's, Brattle 
Sullivan Dennis, stone cutter, h Short cor North 
Sullivan Garrett, glass maker, h 78 Gore 
Sullivan Ignatius, blacksmith, h Austin n Main 
Sullivan James, rope maker, h Suffolk 
Sullivan James, glass maker, h 124 Bridge 
Sullivan Jeffrey, laborer, h n Dublin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, butcher, h Dublin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
Sullivan Jeremiah, b tailor, h Antrim n Broadway 
Sullivan Johanna Mrs. h West n Prescott 
Sullivan John, tailor, h Cambridge 
Sullivan John, tailor, h Cambridge n Seventh 
Sullivan John, printer, h Green n Putnam 
Sullivan John, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Sullivan Julia Mrs. h 5 North 
Sullivan Margaret, h 16 North 
Sullivan Mary, h Short n North 
Sullivan Mary Mrs. h Washington n Main 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, h Lambert n Cambridge 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, h n Almshouse 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, at G. G. Hubbard's, Brattle 
Sullivan Patrick, glass maker, h 45 Winter 
Sullivan Patrick, carpenter, h Vine n Fourth 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
Sullivan Rose Mrs. h Seventh n Otis 
Sullivan Stephen, laborer, h Bridge op Water 
Sullivan Thomas, b stone cutter, n 57 Gore 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h n Pleasant 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h Church 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h 10 North 
Sullivan William J. A. printer, bds 19 Magazine 
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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 193 

Sully Samuel, cigar maker, bds Irving House 

Sumner Bradford Mrs. h Sumner 

Sumner Charles H. b provision dealer, 35 Bromfield, h 33 

Prospect 
Sutermeister Louis F. shoemaker, h Spring n Seveuth 
Sutherland Hactor, carpenter, bds 44 Norfolk 
Sutton George J. printer, h Watson n Pearl 
Swain Mehitable L. b dress maker, h 10 Franklin 
Swan Abigail Mrs. h Everett 
Swanzey John, glass cutter, h rear Winter 
Sweeney Cornelius, carpenter, bds Winter n Third 
Sweeney Daniel, glass cutter, h Court n Charles 
Sweeney Dennis, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Sweeney Edmund, laborer, bds 136 Bridge 
Sweeney John, laborer, h 4 North 
Sweeney Julia Mrs. h 28 Winter 
Sweeney Michael, laborer, at J. Brewster's, Brattle 
Sweeney Michael, carpenter, h Winter n Third 
Sweeney Morgan J. laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Sweeney William, laborer, h rear A. Rice's, Austin 
Sweet Angeline D. Mrs. h Mt. Auburn 
Sweet Stephen, carpenter, h River 

Sweetman John, janitor Law School, h South cor Dunster 
Sweetser Atkins, teamster, h Bridge n Craigie Bridge 
Sweetser Samuel, b leather dealer, Clinton cor Fulton h 

Trowbridge • 

Swett Ira, carpenter, bds rear 71 Cambridge 
Swett Lewis C. cabinet maker, Main n Prospect, h River 
Swett Sarah B. (& Thomas,) dress maker, bds Lewis C. 

Swett's, River 
Swift Henry, laborer, h Perry n Brookline 
Swiney Dennis, cabinet Aaker, Hixon's, Harvard . 
Sylvester Horace M. cigar maker, Cambridge, h Sixth n Vine 
Sylvester James, laborer, h Cambridge op Richardson's Row 
Sylvester James, jr. laborer, bds Cambridge op Richard- 
son's Row 
Taft Henry C. b carpenter, h East 
Taft Samuel A. carpenter, bds H. C. Taft's, East 
Tame Timothy laborer, h 9 North 
Talbot Felix, mold cleaner, h 13 Winter 
Talbot Henry, collar maker, h Sixth n Spring 
Talbot James, laborer, h Sixth n Cambridge 
Talbot John, glass maker, h 11 Winter 
Tallack Augustus, provision dealer, bds 1 Front 
Tamplin James B. h Wendall 
Tandy Carlos M. carpenter, bds Williams n Pearl 
Tandy James, carpenter, h Williams n Pearl 
Taney Michael, grocer, Main L P,h Harvard 
Tapley Henry M. b bookkeeper, 64 Pear!, h Broadway n 
Tremont 



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CAMUKIDGK DIRECTORY. 



Tarbell George F. b 26 Long Wharf, bds Franklin cor Pearl 

Tarbell Mary A. teacher Webster Alphabet School, bds 
Franklin cor Pearl 

Tarbell Martha Mrs. h Franklin cor Pearl 

Tarbell William G. car builder, h Magazine cor Cottage 

Tarbox John, glass cutter, h 65 Third 

Tarbox Joseph K. b livery stable, 44 Hanover, h 70 Windsor 

Tarbox Plummer C. assistant keeper House Correction, 
bds C. J. Adams, Thorndike cor Third 

Tarbox Sarah Mrs. Matron House Correction, bds C. J. 
Adams 

Tarr Jacob, b U. S. public store house, h Clark cor Hamp- 
shire 

Tates Charles W. glass maker, h Gore n Fifth 

Tavener, Patrick, laborer, bds rear 151 Bridge 

Taylor George R. plumb and level maker, bds Spring cor 
Fifth 

Taylor Henry, box maker, h 2 Broadway 

Taylor Ira, carpenter, bds Essex n Harvard 

Taylor John, stone dealer, h 126 Thorndike 

Taylor John B. physician, h 82 Cambridge 

Taylor John R. stone dealer, bds 126 Thorndike 

Taylor Lewis, b tailor, h 89 Thorndike 

Taylor Samuel, brush maker, h 45 Sixth 

Taylor Sarah, fancy goods, Douglass' Block, Main, bds 
Boston 

Taylor T. D. b bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 

Teague George M. keeper Irving House, Main 

Tearing John, brush maker, bds Fourth cor Cambridge 

Teaman Michael, laborer, h Spruce 

Teel Albert J. carpenter, h Northj Avenue 

Teel Ammi C. farmer, h North Avenue 

Teel Charles J. farmer, h North Avenue 

Teel Edward L. provision dealer, Main cor Cherry, h Co- 
lumbia cor Suffolk 

Teel Henry C. farmer, bds Ammi C. Teel's, North Avenue 

Teel Levi C. farmer, h Spruce 

Teel Sanluel P. jr. (Howe &) bacon curer, h 72 Washrog- 
ton t 

Teele Andrew A, expressman, bds Columbia cor Suffolk 

Teele Samuel, bds School n Windsor 

Teeling Benjamin, car painter, h Garden 

Teer Sylvester W. teamster, bds Bridge n Craigie Bridge 

Temple John, clerk, h rear 112 Thorndike 

Tendler, William, (& Buckpitt) paper hanger and upholster- 
er, Norfolk btwn Harvard and Broadway, bds Prospect 
n Hampshire 

Tenney Alfred J. driver Union R. R.bds 1 Lambert Avenue 

n Porter's Station 
Tenny Oliver, b cotton dealer, h Elm cor Tenny's Court 
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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 195 

Tennent Thomas, teamster, h Irving Place cor Foster 

Tenlon George A. b salesman, h 44 Spring 

Terrill James S. clerk, bds 51 Washington 

Teyhen Michael, laborer, h North n East 

Terry Calvin, painter, h 44 Washington 

Terry Patrick, laborer, bds Dublin 

Thain John, flax dresser, h Willow Place, n Cambridge 

Thacher Stephen D. stereotyper, bds 0. Holmes, Main 

Thatcher William, porter, at Mrs. Smith's, Brattle 

Thayer Alfred S. b (& Co.) furniture dealer, 84 Union, h 

Mt. Auburn 
Thayer Ambrose A. b ornamental glass cutter, bds Pleas- 
ant n Auburn 
Thayer Cyrus, b music teacher, bds Pleasant n Auburn 
Thayer Cephus P. (Metcalf & Co.) printer, h Ash cor Ash 

street Court 
Thayer George W. collector, h 4 Oak 
Thayer Henry, (& Co.) vacuum extracts, Main n Templo 
Thayer James B. b bds Oxford 
Thayer James H. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer,) painter, Main op. 

Temple, h Main 
Thayer Joel E. blacksmith, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
Thayer Joshua P. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer,) painter, Main, op 

Temple, h Mt. Auburn 
Thayer Warren, tinplate worker, h Sixth n Spring 
Thies Louis, h Quincy 
Thiery Charles L. watch case maker, Main, h Sidney n 

Chestnut 
Thissell Lucy Mrs. nurse h 84 Gore 
Thomas Charles G. b attorney, 11 Court, bds 8 Holyoke 
Thomas Jefferson, mariner, h Harrison Avenue 
Thomas Phebe, (Swett &) dress maker, Main n Athenaeum 
Thomas Washington, keeper Broadway House, L P 
Thompson George, grocer, Washington, h Hastings 
Thompson Levi P. clerk Union R. R. Co. Harvard Square, 

h 2 Main 
Thompson Thomas S. teamster, bds 28 East 
Thompson Thompson, mariner, h 5 Washington 
Thompson William C. carpenter, bds 32 Norfolk 
Thompson William V. b office Scollay's Building, h Otis 

cor Sixth 
Thompson William, laborer, h Charles cor Fifth 
Thompson William H. rope maker, h Dublin 
Thornbary Wilson, h Harvard n Lee 
Thornton Joseph, shoemaker, bds Columbia n Main 
Thoroughgood Peter, carpenter, h 9 Cherry 
Thrasher Lewis B. carpenter, h 56 E^sex 
Thurston George A. blacksmith, bds 2 Eliot 
Thurston John 0. dry goods, Douglass' Block, Main, h 2 

Essex n Main 



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196 CAMIJRIDGK DIRECTOKY. 

Thurston Lyman, (& Torry) printer, Main cor Temple, h 

Brattle n Story 
Thurston Daniel H. (Hall &) cracker bakery, h 95 Norfolk 
Thwing Gardner H. h Pleasant cor Franklin 
Thwing James, wheelwright, h Green cor Pleasant 
Tibbets Charles G. teamster, bds Broadway n Windsor 
Tibbets Israel, truckman, h 51 Winter 
Tidd Martha K. Mrs. h Park 
Tiernan Thomas, laborer, h Cedar 
Tillman John, waiter, h 14 Washington 
Tillson Robert, hat dealer, h 137 Cambridge 
Titcorub William H. artist, h Centre 
Tilton B. R. b (H. N. &) lumber dealer, 250 Harrison Av 

enue, bds Prospect 
Tilton Benjamin, b h Prospect 

Tilton Edwin A. b organ builder, bds Cambridge n Fifth 
Tilton Jeremiah G, razor strop manufacturer, h Cambiidge 

n Fifth 
Timothy Michael, laborer, h Suffolk 
Timminy Ann Mrs. h Vine 

Tinkham Clara C. Miss, dress maker, bds 5 Worcester 
Tinker Richard, driver Union R. R. bds Lambert Avenue 
Titus Dorus, private watchman, h Deacon 
Toban James, laborer, h Fourth n Charles 
Toby Patrick, laborer, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Todd Moses, toll collector Craigie Bridge, h 122 Thorndike 
Tomes Curby, glass maker, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
Tompkins Charles, carpenter, bds 39 Cambridge 
Toomey Daniel, gardener, h 15 North 
Toomey Ellen, h 4 Lechmere Place 
Toomey John, blacksmith, h 17 Fourth 
Toomey John, laborer, h Suffolk 
Toomey Michael, laborer, h Bridge 
Toner Charles, laborer, h 7 Hastings 
Topliff Benjamin, b 104 Charlestown, soap stone dealer, h 

Kirk land 
Torrey Henry W. McLean Professor of Ancient and Modern 

History, H. U. h Oxford 
Torrey Philip H. carpenter, h 92 Vine 
Torry Benjamin, booimaker, bds Chestnut 
Torry Robert printer, h Chestnut 
Torry William, (Thurston &) printer, Main cor Temple, h 

1 Bow 
Tothill William, h 38 Norfolk 

Tourtel Daniel, painter, h Main n junc Mt. Auburn 
Tout Thomas, fishing rod manufacturer, h 20 Brooks' Build- 
ing 
Towle Ebenezer, b hat store, h Norfolk n Hampshire 
Towle Frank G. b (& Seavy,) cigar dealer, Congress, bds 

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Towle Horace E. box maker, h Broadway n Davis 
Towne Hamilton, cigar maker, h 39 Pearl 
Towne Nathan, teamster, h East 

Townsend Elbndge G. carpenter, h Washington cor Colum- 
bia 
Townsend Henry, b clerk, 28 Federal, h Mt. Auburn 
Townsend Joseph F. pianoforte maker, bds Washington cor 

Columbia 
Tower Levi L. b stationer, 17 and 19 Cornhill, h 90Prospect 
Tower Samuel G. b pattern maker, 29 Haverhill, h Follen 
Tracy John, laborer, h Sargent 
Tracy Michael, blacksmith, h Vine n Fourth 
Tracy Michael F. carpenter, h Wright 
Train Edmund, grocer, Bridge cor East, h 73 Thorndike 
Tranum James, laborer, h Mt. Auburn 
Trask Daniel F. engineer brickyard, h Spruce 
Trask Henry P. b harness maker, h Norfolk 
Traynor John, b britannia ware maker, h Elm btwn Hamp- 
shire and Cambridge 
Treadwell Daniel, h Concord Avenue 
Tremain Charles T. b bookkeeper, bds Gardner cor Murdock 
Triggs Thomas J. brush maker h 24 Fifth 
Trimbell James, carpenter, h Windsor n School 
Trimbell George, carpenter, h Windsor 
Triplet Mary J. Mrs. tailoress, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Trott Charles E. b merchant, bds Brattle House, Brattle 

Square 
Trow Francis R. carpenter, h Bath 
Trull Alfred A. (Berry &) sash and blind maker, Brighton, 

h 10 South 
Troup Margaret I. h 12 School 

Tryon Joakin T. carver, bds Broadway cor Clark 

Tucker Betsey Mrs. h School n Cherry 

Tucker Cordelia Mrs. h Austin btwn Norfolk and Columbia 

Tucker Ebenezer, harness maker, Brattle, h Dunster cor 
South 

Tucker Edward 0. polisher, bds Village 

Tucker George, carpenter, h Broadway n Clark 

Tucker George T. apothecary, bds South cor Dunster 

Tucker Hiram, b spring bed manufacturer, h Norfolk cor 
Austin 

Tucker John H. carriage painter, bds Dunster eor South 

Tucker James, b h Hastings 

Tucker Joseph, laborer, b n Hastings 

Tufts Charles, h 64 Prospect 

Tufts Charles, newspaper dealer, Brattle Square 

Tufts Ebenezer T. painter, h 136 Cambridge 

Tufts John A. mason, h 38 Fifth 

Tufts Zebulon, laborer, h Cedar n North Avenue 



198 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Tuohey Daniel, laborer, h n Pleasant 

Turner George, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 

Turner George R. millinery goods, h 349 Main 

Turner Horatio G. paver, h Thorndike n Fifth 

Turner James, mariner, h Columbia n Hampshire 

Turner John, laborer, h Brookline 

Turner John, paver, h 102 Thorndike 

Turner Mary A. Mrs. h Washington n Main 

Turner Stephen, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 

Turner Walter, gas-fitter and finisher, 442 Harvard, bds 

Brattle 
Tuttle Charles W. b attorney, 20 Court, bds Sparks 
Tuttle Freeman, (Tuttle & Son,) farmer, bds Sparks 
Tuttle John Mrs. h Appian Way 
Tuttle Moses, (& Son,) farmer, h Sparks 
Twist William, stereotyper, h Pearl 
Twist William H. carpenter, bds Williams cor Watson 
Tyler Asa, b boots and shoes, 16 Tremont Row, h Sixth n 

Otis 
Tyler Charles C. printer, Main cor Temple, h Rockwell cor 

Pleasant 
Tyler Charles M. b (& Wild,) shoe and leather dealer, h 

Broadway n Columbia 
Tyler Henry M. printer, bds 1 Eliot 
Tyler John H. b clerk, bds 58 Thorndike 
Tyler John M. clerk, h 29 Spring 
Tyler Joseph H. attorney, office 84 Cambridge, bds 29 

Spring 
Tyng Gilman, machinist, h 37 Spring 
Underwood Francis H. b proof-reader 13 Winter, h Hilliard 
Underwood Isaac, carpenter, h 131 Thorndike 
Underwood Peter, farmer, h Fourth cor Spring 
Upham Mary and Catharine Misses, h Kirkland 
Upham William, laborer, at George H. Deane's, Brattle 
Upton Hiram A. b laborer, h 76 School 
Valentine Elijah F. Assistant Steward and Patron, H. U. 

office 1 Harvard Row, h 9 Harvard Row 
Valentine Henry C. (& Co.) b commission merchant, 12 

Central Wharf, bds Harvard cor Prospect 
Valentine Isanna Mrs. h Prospect cor Harvard 
Valentine Lawson, b (Stimson&) druggist, 55 and 57 Broad, 

h Prospect n Harvard 
Vandine Henry, nurseries, h Plymouth 
Vandor Joseph, teacher of languages, bds Brattle House, 

Brattle Square 
Van Rees Nicholas, cabinet maker, h Seventh n Otis 
Van Strig Augustus, carpenter, h Eaton 
Vary Victor, cabinet maker, h 104 Gore 
Vaughan Charles, b (J. J. Adams & Co.) 99 Washington, h 

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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 199 



Vaughan F. W. b attorney, 47 Court, bds Berkeley 

Veazie Warren, sash maker, bds Mrs. Young's, Gerry 

Venable George, laborer, h 132 Green 

Vigneron Charles, glass cutter, h 33 Spring 

Vigneron John, glass eutter, h 84 Fourth 

Vinal Albert, b (& Co.) lumber, wood, coal and lime, foot 

of Poplar, h Harvard n Hancock 
Vining David W. b 305 Washington, h 11 Harrison 
Vogl Adolph, clerk, h 137£ Cambridge 
Vogle Bernhardt, cabinet maker, h Brooks' Building 
Wacker Charles, hairdresser, bds Third cor Cambridge 
Waddell John, laborer, h Elm, n Hampshire 
Wade Asa, b flour inspector, 13 Long Wharf, h Broadway 

cor Tremont 
Wade David, carpenter, bds Gardner n Prospect 
Wade Eben, merchant, Havana, h Harvard n Ware 
Wade Henry F. clerk, bds Broadway cor Tremont 
Wade Louisa H. Mrs. h 17 Magazine 
Wadsworth Ira, clerk, bds 35 Second 
Wait Amos L. livery stable, Main, h 292 Main 
Wait John, laborer, h 21 North 
Waite Charles, h 2 Oak 
Waitt Andrew S. Superintendent College Buildings, h 

Ash 
Waitt Edwin L. cement dealer, bds 292 Main 
Waitt Freeman C. expressman, bds 319 Main 
Waitt George W. painter, h 319 Main 
Walbridge Edward L. private watchman, bds 129 Bridge 
Walch James, gardener, at G. G. Hubbard's, Brattle 
Walder Tato, glass cutter, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Walker Anna Mrs. h 17 Magazine 
Walker Anna J. nurse, bds 17 Magazine 
Walker Edward, b (Kingsley & Walker,) provision dealer, 

Portland cor Traverse, h Linnaean 
Walker Eliza A. h 7 Windsor 
Walker Horace, brick burner, h Spruce 
Walker James, President Harvard University, h Quincy 
Walker John, butcher, h rear Franklin 
Walker Sally Miss, h 61 Gore 
Walker Samuel, tailor, h 133 Bridge 
Walker William P. last maker, bds 62 Thorndike 
Walko Martin, b (Martin, Walko & Co.) furrier, 39 Summer, 

h Pine n Harvard 
Wall William, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 
Wallace Charles G. restorator, Brighton, h Mt. Auburn n 

Hilliard 
Wallace James P. laborer, h Appian Way 
Wallace James P. jr., provision dealer/Brattle, h Everett 

Place 
Wallace Samuel, h 41 Gore 



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200 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Wallace Samuel jr., stable keeper, Cambridge, op Lechmere 

House, h 85 Qore 
Wallace Silas G. laborer, bds 2 Prospect 
Wallace Thomas, laborer, h Sargent 
Wallace William, b coal agent, 11 Doane, h Norfolk 
Wallace William H. b h 42 Norfolk 
Wallis Nathaniel, shoemaker, h 84 Gore 
Walsh Morris, laborer, h rear Bridge 
Walter John, cabinet maker, h Washington cor Clark 
Walter Richard, marble polisher, h Hastings n Moore 
Walter Theodore, laborer, bds 104 Gore 
Walters Ann Mrs. h Walnut n Sidney 
Walton Abner K. laborer, h East n North 
Walton Nathan S. painter, Brattle cor Palmer, h Everett 

Place 
Walton Thomas, laborer, h Dublin 
Ward Andrew A. provision dealer, Western Avenue, h cor 

Kinnard 
Ward David E. teamster, h Spring n Seventh 
Ward George L. b manufacturer, 33 Union Building, State, 

h Brattle 
Ward Henry B. h Dana cor Centre 
Ward Herbert D. conductor Providence R. R. bds Inman n 

Broadway 
Ward James,*cabinet maker, h Hastings n Moore 
Ward John, marble polisher, bds Hastings 
Ward John cabinet maker, h Hastings n Moore 
Ward Jonathan, carpenter, h 2 Clark n Harvard 
Ward Joshua F. b h Magazine n Walnut 
Ward Moses H. laborer, h Brighton 
Ward Patrick, laborer, h rear 51 Gore 
Word Samuel, b h Kinnard cor Western Avenue 
Ward Winthrop A. provision dealer, h Western Avenue n 

Kinnard 
Wardell Robert G. glass dealer, bds 92 Cambridge 
Ware George A. printer, h Magazine n Short 
Ware Henry, b counsellor, 18 Scollay's Building, h Ware 

cor Broadway 
Ware John F. W. clergyman, h Harvard cor Inman 
Ware Sanford P. carpenter, h Pine n Harvard 
Ware Wesley, carpenter, h 39 Columbia 
Ware William Mrs. h Ware cor Broadway 
Warland Altamont, b bookkeeper, bds 39 Brattle 
Warland Edward M. b clerk, bds Dur.ster cor Winthrop 
Warland Mary A. Mrs. h Dunster cor Winthrop 
Warland William, h 39 Brattle 

Warner Caleb H. b Cashier Bank of Commerce, h 20 Han- 
cock 
Warren Briggs T. mason, h Broadway L P 
Warren Jacob, laborer, bds 51 Winter 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 201 

Warren James, laborer, h North n East 

Warren John, tailor, h North 

Warren Lydia C. Mrs. h 30 Pearl 

Warren Moses, (& Co.) lumber dealer, East Cambridge, h 

Fayerweather 
Warren S. H. conductor Union R. R. bds Brattle House, 

Brattle Square 
Warren William, carpenter, h Suffolk 
Warren William, currier, h Vine n Fourth 
Washburn Emory, University Professor of Law H. U. h 

Berkeley 
Washburn Tuaddeus R. jr. tinman, 131 Cambridge 
Waterman James, mariner, h Safgent Place 
Waterhouse Louisa Mrs. h Waterhouse 
Waters John, laborer, bds North Avenue 
Waters John P. lather, bds North Avenue op Common 
Waters Lydia S. Mrs. h North Avenue op Common 
Waters Theodore E. laborer, h North Avenue op Common 
Watson George, b toy shop, Leverett cor Causeway, h 

Reed n Race Course 
Watson Nancy B. Mrs. h 34 Spring 
Watriss Oliver W. leather dresser, h Main cor Prospect 
Watriss William, bds Dunster cor Harvard 
Wattendorf John, block tin worker, bds Cambridge cor 

Fifth 
Watts Francis A. livery stable, Brattle n Harvard Square, 

h Daniels' Court 
Watts John S. tinman, h Sixth n Spring 
Watts Lawrence B. plumb and level maker, h Spring cor 

Fifth 
Way Alanson, b tobacconist, 3 Chatham Row, h Tremont 

cor Hampshire 
Way Harris, baby tender, bds Hampshire cor Tremont 
Weatherstone Edward, stationer, bds Front 
Weatherstone William W. b silversmith, h Front 
Weaver George, block tin worker, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Webb John W. ship carpenter, h 13 Washington 
Webb Michael, b clerk 59 Long Wharf, h Mt. Auburn 
Webber A. Carter, physician, bds 13 Pleasant 
Webber Alonzo J. h 13 Pleasant 

Webber George, block tin worker, bds Cambridge cor Fifth 
Webber John H. architect, Lamson's Block, Main, h Green 

n Pleasant 
Webber Norman A. b 41 Broad, h Norfolk cor Worcester 
Webber Oliver H. bds 13 Pleasant 
Webber William L. bds 13 Pleasant 
Webster Lydia Mrs. h 42 Fifth 
Webster Theodore B. carpenter, bds 42 Fifth 
Webster William P. b expressman, h 11 Tremont 
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202 camrridgk directory. 

Weed John H. tailor, bds Irving House, Main 

Weeks Emmet, printer, bds Pleasant cor Short 

Weisse Peter, confectioner, h Gore n Fifth 

Welbasky Edward A. b broker, State, bds 251 Broadway 

Welch Albion K. P. (Metcalf & Co.) machinist, Holyoke, h 

South 
Welch Benjamin, trader, h Hampshire cor Norfolk 
Welch Bridget Mrs. h n Concord Avenue 
Welch Connor, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 
Welch David, laborer, h Medford n Cambridge 
Welch Edward, baker, bds Mt. Auburn n Brighton 
Welch Edward, laborer, h Mt. Auburn 
Welch Elizabeth Mrs. h Washington cor Columbia 
Welch Florence, laborer, h Brighton 
Welch Francis, laborer, h Franklin Alley u Bridie 
Welch Henry T. carriage painter, Cambridge n Bridge, bds 

Washington n Columbia 
W T elch Hiram, constable and undertaker, h 103 Otis 
Welch Honora, Mrs.„h n Dublin 
Welch James, laborer, h Short 
Welch James, laborer, bds Main L P 
Welch James W. cabinet maker, bds 30 Cambridge 
Welch John, laborer, bds Ellery 
Welch John, laborer, h Dublin" 
Welch John, laborer, h Summer 
Welch Patrick, currier, h Baldwin Court 
Welch Rose Mrs. h Prince 

Welch Thomas, blacksmith, bds Mt. Auburn n Brighton 
Welch Thomas J. painter, bds Fourth cor Gore 
Welch Walter, stable keeper, h North cor Short 
Welch William, glass maker, h Vine n Fourth 
Welch William, laborer, h South 
Weld Benjamin C. carpenter, h Winthrop 
Weld Horace N. b expressman, h 34 Cherry 
Welles Alfred, civil engineer, bds North Avenue cor Mellen 
Welles John H. civil engineer, bds North Avenue cor Mellen 
Welles M&ria Mrs, h North Avenue cor Mellen 
Welles Thomas R. b real estate broker, Miles Block, bds 

North Avenue cor Mellen 
Wellington Ambrose, h Kirkland 

Wellington Charles W. W. b 33 Summer, h Cottage n River 
Wellington George, b produce dealer, 5 Clinton, h Colum- 
bia cor Broadway o . , , , 
Wellington Jonas C. (J. C. Wellington & Co.) coal dealer, 

Bridge, h Prospect n Hampshire 
Wellington Joseph A. (J. C. Wellington & Co.) wood and 

coal, Bridge, h 38 Second 
Wellington Joseph D. organ builder, h 18 Fourth 
Wellington Joseph V. b 15 and 17 Boylston Market, h 13 
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Wellington William W. physician, h 4 Temple 

Wellman Samuel E.b pattern maker, h Washington cor Pine 

Wells Charles A. h 34 Brighton 

Wells Daniel Mrs. h Phillips Place cor Mason 

Wells Frances Mrs. h 24 Green 

Wells Francis P. b 23 Long Wharf, h Green cor Magazine 

Wells James H. grocer, Broadway cor Clark, bds Board- 
man 

Wells Lucia G. F. Mrs. h Hilliard 

Wells Thomas B. provision dealer, Hampshire cor Cam- 
bridge, h Boardman 

Wells William, h Brattle n Fayerweather 

Welts Enos, soap maker, h 73 Cambridge 

Wentwcrth Elizabeth Mrs. h Winter n Fourth 

Wentworth Jerome, baker, h 31 Clark 

West Eben, expressman, bds 27 Clark 

West Kate, teacher Webster Middle School, bds Pine n 
Harvard 

West Leonard H. painter, bds 57 Cambridge 

West Levi H. car builder, bds Mt. Auburn cor Everett 
Place 

West Sarah P. Mrs. h Pine n Harvard 

Weston Edward H. apothecary, h Otis n Fifth 

Weston Mary J. Matron House Correction, bds C. J.Adams 

Weston William H. clerk, bds Edward H. Weston, Otis 

Wetherbee Jeremiah, h 25 Brookline 

Wetherbee Levi, b produce dealer, 26 City Wharf, h 40 Se- 
cond 

Wetherbee Otis J. b clerk, bds 25 Brookline 

Whalen John, laborer, h Third 

Whalen Thomas, tailor, h Charles Court 

Whalen Thomas, laborer, h Dublin 

Wheaton Henry Mrs. h Shepard 

Wheeler Charles, (Cal.) h Vine 

Wheeler Charles, pattern maker, h Windsor cor Lincoln 

Wheeler Charles L. clerk, bds 42 Austin 

Wheeler Elijah, h 17 Gore 

Wheeler George (Pettingill &) blacksmith, Brighton, h Otis 
Place 

Wheeler James T. teamster, h Bridge n Craigie Bridge . 

Wheeler John G. soap maker, h Lincoln n Windsor 

Wheeler Jonathan, dry goods, 135 Bridge, h Concord 

Wheeler Joseph B. soap maker, bds Lincoln cor Columbia 

Wheeler Lewis, b druggist, Broad cor Custom House, h 42 
Austin 

Wheeler Margaret Mrs. h Dunster 

Wheeler Margaret, dress maker, h Holyoke 

Wheeler Nathan, machinist, h Lincoln cor Gore 

Wtieeler Simon, expressman, bds Woodbury's, Main 

Wheeler Susan Mrs, h 4 Eliot 



204 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Wheeler "William A. lexic ographer, bds Mt. Auburn cor 
Holyoke Place 

Wheelock Daniel K. painter, h Fifth n Gore 

Wheelock Edward, painter, bds 97 Vine 

Wheelock Samuel A. b clerk, h Broadway n Clark 

Wheresky John, stone cutter, h Spring n Third 

Whidden Henry F. carpenter, bds 68 Thorndike 

Whienland David F. naturalist, bds Waterhouse 

Whippen William, pump and block maker, h 86 Third 

Whipple John, fish dealer, h 132 Thorndike 

Whipple John A. b daguerreotypist, 69 Washington, h Bow- 
doin Place 

Whipple William J. Mrs. h Putnam cor Green 

Whirlow John, shoemaker, h Village 

Whitcomb Henry G. clerk, h 47 Fifth 

Whitcher Serjeant C. b clerk, Stillman cor Charlestown, h 
Allen 

White Dennis, laborer, h South 

White Dennis, blacksmith, bds Front 

White Edward, cigar maker, bds Main junc. Austin 

White Edward, laborer, h Moore 

White Edward J. gardener, h Ellery n Broadway 

White Francis, clerk, bds Rice 

White Frederick D. cabinet maker, h School n Pine 

White George W. horticulturist, h Hollis n North Avenue 

White Honora Mrs. h bridge, op Water 

White James, laborer, h Winthrop 

White James H. b musician, h 65 Pleasant 

White John, cigar maker, Main n Norfolk, h Main n Colum- 
bia 

White John, stone cutter, h Moore cor School 

White J. Phillips, carpenter, h Willard 

White Martin K. painter, h School op Pine 

White Michael, laborer, h Spruce 

White Michael, laborer, h Cottage n Pearl 

White Patrick, baker, bds Harvard cor Clark 

White Ransom W. G. T. laborer, Grand Junction R. R. bds 
Reed's Tavern, Bridge 

White Ruth Mrs. h 83 Oti3 

White Stephen, stable keeper, h Rice 

White Stephen A. glass cutter, h Fifth n Vine 

White Thomas M. painter, Main, h Austin n School 

White Thomas, laborer, h Dublin 

White Thomas J. shoe dealer, Harvard Row, h.Appian 
Way 

White William, glass gilder, h Ware 

White William, laborer, h Brighton 

White William, hairdresser, bds Brighton n Harvard Square 

Whitehead Sarah Mrs. h Sidney n Front 

Whiteley Eli, pedler, h 51 Washington 



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Whiteley Henry, bronzer, h Broadway L P 
Whiting Andrew E. bds Walnut cor Brookline 
Whiting Asa T. carpenter, h Washington Court 
Whiting Charles E. b bookkeeper, h 34 Tremont 
Whiting Edward, laborer, bds rear 71 Cambridge 
Whiting Hosea, b 100 Faneuil Hall Market, h Walnut cor 

Brookline 
Whitley Hiram C. Metropolitan Oyster House, 45 and 47 

Cambridge 
Whitman Daniel, barrel maker, h Broadway op Boardman 
Whitman Ephraim P. b (Wright &) merchant, Congress, h 

Kirkland 
Whitman George L. bds Kirkland 
Whitman Joseph H. b (Allen &) steam guage works, Gore 

Block, Green cor Pitts, h Avon 
Whitney Alvah, soap maker, 45 Gore 
Whitney Amos, b engineer, h Sidney n Front 
Whitney Augustus A. (& Brackett,) furniture dealer, Brattle 

Square, h North Avenue 
Whitney Benjamin L. h Ware 

Whitney Benjamin W. attorney, Whitney's Building, Brat- 
tle Square, bds North Avenue 
Whitney Caroline St. A. Mrs. h 44 Franklin 
Whitney Edward, surveyor, h Pioneer cor Main 
Whitney Ethan, clergyman, h Windsor n Lincoln 
Whitney Fanny Mrs. h Auburn n Brookline 
Whitney Henry, jr. bookkeeper New England Glass Works, 

h 68 Otis 
Whitney Joseph, (& Babbit,) surveyor, and civil engineer, 
office Gore cor Second, and Main cor Magazine, h 
Thorndike cor Fifth 
Whitney Hannah F. Mrs. h Cherry n Harvard 
Whitney Martin, baker, h 5 Essex 
Whitney Mary, teacher private school, bds Ware 
Whitney Susannah Mrs. h North Avenue, n Porter's Station 
Whitney Nathaniel R. assistant clerk, office Clerk Court, 

Court House, h Watertown 
Whitney William L. office Whitney's Building, Brattle 

Square, h Ash 
Whiton John P. b grocer, 24 Broad, h 563 Main 
Whittaker, Joseph, W. clerk, bds 166 Cambridge 
Whittemore Amos, machinist, Brookline, h 40 Norfolk 
Whittemore Amos, jr. expressman, h 16 Sixth 
Whittemore A. Augustus, bds Auburn n River 
Whittemore Charles B. machinist, Brookline, bds 40 Norfolk 
Whittemore George C. machinist, bds 40 Norfolk 
Whittemore George W. b 27 Faneuil Hall Market, h Har- 
vard n Hancock 
Whittemore John M. hardware, 337 Main, bds 99 Washing- 
ton 



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206 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

Whittemore Joseph, clerk and messenger Cambridge Bunk 

h Front cor Sidney 
Whittemore Samuel, expressman, bds 32 Gore 
Whittemore Thomas, b clergyman, 37 Cornhill, h 99 Wash- 
ington cor Cherry 
Whittemore Thomas J. b clerk Custom House, h North 

Avenue cor Holmes Place 
Whittemore William D. expressman, h 31 Clark 
Whittemore William H. bds North Avenue cor Holmes Place 
Whitten William, eating house, 1 Bridge, h 481 Main 
Whitten James H. b printer, h Cottage Court 
Whittier Henry C. b clerk, h Pleasant cor Green 
Whittier Isaac, brickmaker, h n Concord Avenue 
Whittier James, soap maker, bds rear 71 Cambridge 
Whittier Luther S. b carpenter, h Pine n Harvard 
Whittier True G. b dealer in paints and oils, 16 Brighton, h 

Pleasant cor Rockwell 
Wholey James, laborer, h Short, Ward Three 
Whorjskey John, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 
Whoriskey William, carpenter, h Cambridge cor Elm 
Wiggin Charles H. pianoforte maker, h Front n Village 
Wiggin Daniel, bookbinder, bds Green n Putnam 
Wiggin Emma, assistant teacher Webster Primary School, 

bds River n Pleasant 
Wiggin Ira W. b rear 98 Hanover, h 29 River 
Wiggin James B. pianoforte maker, h Webster Place, rear 

Webster Schoolhouse 
Wight Henrv, b 196 Washington, h Otis n Fifth 
Wight Lydia Mrs. h 108 Thorndike 
Wight Moses, b portrait painter, 228 Washington, bds 108 

Thorndike 
Wilcox David, b hatter, h 46 Spring 

Wilder Cyrus D. (& D. Wilder,) shoe store, Main cor Nor- 
folk, bds Washington n Norfolk 
Wilder David, (C. D. &) shoe store, Main cor Norfolk, h 

Washington 
Wilder Henry C. paper ruler, h Green n Pleasant 
Wilder James C. sexton, h Pearl cor Perry 
Wilder James S. b wharfinger, Constitution Wharf, h North 

Avenue 
Wilder John, student Law School, bds Mrs. Wilder's, Pros- 
pect 
Wilder John, baker, h 41 Cherry 
Wilder Mary Mrs. h Prospect n Harvard 
Wilder S. C. publisher, bds Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Wildes Moses 2d, b livery stable, 48 Devonshire, bds S. 

Willis's, Mt. Auburn 
Wildes William, b wine merchant, 40 Elm, h Bowdoin 
Wiley Abraham S. apothecary, Harvard Elock, Harvard 
Square, bds Wm. A. Brewer's, Brattle 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 207 

Wiley John C. constable, office 80 Cambridge, h 129 Bridge 
Wilkinson Arthur, b (Stetson & Co.) dry goods, 53 Milk, h 

Harvard n Dana 
Wilkinson Thomas, glass maker, h 104 Gore 
Wilkinson Walter, coppersmith, bds 51 Washington 
Wilkinson Williairij glass maker, h 22 Winter 
Wilkshire William, gas-fitter, h 49 Washington 
Willard Abel, h Dunster cor Harvard 
Willard Alben S. restorator, Main, h Green n Magazine 
Willard Joseph A. b assistant clerk in Superior Court for 

Suffolk, h Charles cor Allston 
Wiilard Lucy Mrs. h Mt. Auburn 

Willard Lyman, keeper Fresh Pond House, Wyeth's Lane 
Willard Samuel L. carpenter, h Wendell 
Williams Abigail W. h 32 Brighton 
Williams Edward, laborer, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Williams Edward J. bookbinder, bds Washington n Colum- 
bia 
Williams George H. mariner, n Washington n Main 
Williams Hanuah Mrs. h Washington n Main 
Williams Harvey, soap maker, bds 7 Norfolk 
Williams Mary Mrs. h Hampshire n Prospect 
Williams Joseph, b clerk, bds Hampshire n Prospect 
Williams John M. S. b (Glidden &) ship broker, 29 Lewis' 

Wharf, h Main cor Dana 
Williams William, brush maker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Willis Royal B. (& Crowninshield) sofa maker, Bridge, op 

Prison Point Bridge, h Lexington 
Willis George E. tinplate worker, h 70 Fourth 
Willis Stillman, h Mt. Auburn n Mt. Auburn Cemetery 
Williston John, civil engineer, h Suffolk n Columbia 
Wills William, printer, bds 54 River 
Wilmot James, cigar maker, bds 82 School 
Wilner George, (Buckley &) coppersmith, 374 Main, bds 

Boston 
Wilson Albert, engineer h 90 Vine 
Wilson Alexander, engineer, h 28 Winter 
Wilson Alfred, carpenter, bds 2 Lambert Avenue n Porter's 

Station 
Wilson Charles F. bookbinder, h 7 Green 
Wilson George G. laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Wilson Henry, coachman, h Hancock cor Centre 
Wilson Horace, waiter, Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Wilson James L. b printer, h Dana Court n Western Ave- 
nue 
Wilson Joshua, printer, h 19 River cor Auburn 
Wilson Michael, gardener, h rear A. Rice's, Austin 
Wilson Moses, engineer, bds 104 Cambridge 
Wilson Robert, h Franklin cor Bay 
Wilson Robert, b hairdresser, h 10 Hastings 



208 CAMBRIDGE DUUE4 IOBT. 

Wilson Royal, carpenter, beta Osborn's. Winthrop 
\\ ilson Thomas C. glass maker, li 57 Gore 
Wilson William, rope maker, h Columbia 11 Somerville 
Wioobell Rensalear, b clerk, h 39 Spring 
Winchenbach Henry .1. b grocer, b Kinnard D Western Av 
Winkley Swain, lumber dealer, Charlestown, h Amory 
Winkley William I*, stone cutter, h Green n Hancock 
Winlo Adam, glass maker, b Gore n Filth 
Wing Charles, carpenter, h Mt. Auburn n Howard 
Winn Elizabeth Mrs. h Medford cor Hampshire 
Winn Francis, carpenter, Palmer, h Brighton cor Winthrop 
Winnett Jason, b collector, h 134 Harvard 
Winnick Mahala Mrs. h Cambridge op Oak 
Winship Cynthia Mrs. h Columbia n Harvard 
Winship Henry, expressman, bds Woodbury's, Main 
Winslow John B. Superintendent Lowell R. R. h 53 Thorn- 
dike 
Winslow Lewis R. overseer Boston and Lowell repair shop, 

h 166 Cambridge 
Winter Charles, b wharfinger, Commercial, h Pine 
Winter Charles, jr. pianoforte tuner, bds Pine 
Wis >man Thomas, laborer, h Clark n Harvard 
Witham Thomas cigar maker, h 22 Jennings 
Witherell Freeman C. (& Co.) fish market, 370 Main, h 

Green n Front 
Witherell William, (& Co.) fish market, 370 Main, h Green 

n Front 
Witherell William fish dealer, M i'm, h Front 
Withey Simeon B. carpenter, Palmer, h Harrison Place 
WolfVe Louis, printer, bds Mrs. Carter's, Harrison Avenue 
Wood Alfred, (& Hall,) grocer, Harvard Row, h Follen 
Wood Caleb, (Denton &) blank book manufacturer, Maga- 
zine, h 16 Tremont 
Wood Charles, cabinet maker, h Clark cor School 
Wood Charles, bds 35 Franklin 

Wood Charles H. b brass founder, bds Bridge n East 
Wood Charles W. b bookkeeper, h North Avenue 
Wood Elizabeth, h 28 Winter 
Wood Francis, glass maker, h 59 Gore 
Wood Frederick, b tailor, 55 Washington, h Beech 
Wood Jonas, shoe dealer, Harvard Row, bds North Avenue 
W r ood Julia Mrs. bds Misses Upham's, Kirkland 
Wood Richard, printer, bds Mrs. Molyneaux, 344 Main 
Wood Samuel, pedler, h Hampshire cor Amory 
Woodbridge John, (& Co.) butcher, h Potter's Cottage, n 

Fitchburg Railroad 
Woodbury Enos A. bds Prospect cor Mala 
Woodbury Israel, teamster, h Main n Front 
Woodman Charles, pianoforte maker, h Columbia n Broad- 
way 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 209 



Woodman Manson, pianoforte maker, bds Columbia n 

Broadway- 
Woods Abigail P. Mrs. h 58 Thorndike 
Woods Peter, h Baldwin Court 
Woodward Eleanor T. Mrs. h School n Windsor 
Woodward Frederick K. b Sec. and Gen. Agent of Soc. for 

Prevention of Pauperism, h Magazine cor Perry- 
Woodward Jonas, coal dealer, Charlestown, Prison Point 

Bridge, h Fourth n Cambridge 
Woodworth Charles, clerk, Gore cor Second, h Somerville 
Work John, Hall's Wharf, h Leighton Court 
Work Thomas, newspaper dealer, 348 Main, h 350 Main 
Worcester Asa, brush maker, h Gore n Cambridge 
Worcester Joseph E. lexicographer, Brattle 
Worster John, b provision dealer, 13 South Market, h Lin- 

' naean s 

Wovztifild Peter, stone cutter, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Wright Andrew, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Wright David N. Mrs. h Wright cor Bowdoin Place 
Wright Edmund, (& Hatch,) grocer, Western Avenue cor 

Main, h 84 Austin 
Wright E. H. carpenter, h Union n Market 
Wright Farwell, stairbuilder, bds Wright 
Wright Howard, engineer, bds Wm. Snell's, Bridge 
Wright Samuel, carpenter, h Rice 
Wright Warren, laborer, bds Warden Almshouse, n North 

Avenue 
Wright William, baker, Mt. Auburn n Brighton 
Wright William, laborer, h 12 Washington 
Wright William D. (& South,) grocer, Spring cor Fourth 
Wright Ward E. physician, h Pleasant cor Main 
Wyatt Albert N. pedler, bds 57 Cambridge 
Wyeth Andrew, b baggage master, Fitchburg R. R. h n 

Raymond 
Wyeth Benjamin F. clerk and gate-keeper at Mt. Auburn, 

h Everett Place 
Wyeth Elizabeth and Mary, h Mt. Auburn op Gate 
Wyeth Francis, bds Mt. Auburn op Gate 
Wyeth Jacob, h Wyeth's Lane 
Wyeth James, (& Day,) grocer, 5 Brattle, bds Brattle n Mt. 

Auburn Cemetery 
Wyeth John, farmer, h Mt. Auburn n Mt. Auburn Gate 
Wyeth Jonas, farmer, h Brattle n Mt. Auburn Gate 
Wyeth Jonas 2d, h Berkeley 
Wyeth Nathaniel J. Mrs. h Wyeth's Lane 
Wyman Charles shoemaker, bds Auburn n Pleasant 
Wyman Henry J. coal dealer, Bridge, h 107 Cambridge 
Wyman Jeffries, Hersey Professor of Anatomy HU.h Brat- 
tle cor Willard 

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210 CAMBRIDGE DIBBCTOBY. 

Wyman John II. clerk, h 100 Cambridge 

Wym:in Morrill, Adjunct Ilcrsey Professor of the Theory and 

Practice of Physic H. U. h Church 
Wyman Rebecca C. teacher Thorndike Middle School, bds 

43 Spring 
Wyman William, wood and coal, Bridjze, h 43 Spring 
Yerxa Mary A. h 2 Austin Place op Unitarian Church 
Young Catharine C. h Gerry 
Young David, carpenter, bds 43 Gore 
Young Henry W. shipmaster, h Plca>ant cor Webster Place 
Young Jacob K. b machinist, h Clark n School 
Young James, carpenter, h Bridge n East 
Young John, carpenter, h Cottage Court 
Young Josiah, carpenter, bds Pleasant n Auburn 
Young Liona P. coachman, h Garden 
Young Patrick, laborer, h North n East 
Young Reuben, overseer gas house, h Mt. Auburn 
Ycung Samuel W. boookbinder, bds Pleasant cor Main 
Young Richard, shoemaker, h Auburn n Pleasant 
Zaecheel Charles, cabinetmaker, h Seventh n Otis 
Zenonia Andrew, cook, Porter's Hotel, h Maple Plhce n 

Porter's Station 
Zieguln John, willow basket maker, h Dublin 
Zimerly John W. painter, h Spring n Seventh 
Zirgiebel Dennis, gardener, h Raymond n Linnseaa 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Apothecaries* 

Bayley Augustus R. Main cor Essex 

Gray E. L. Gore cor Third 

Mead Jacob, Bridge near junction Gore 

Orne Joel S. Main near Universalist Church 

Ramsay A. H. 1 Brattle 

Studley Joseph, 353 Main cor Austin 

Westoii E. H. Cambridge cor Third 

Wiley Abraham S. Harvard Block, Harvard 

Architects. 
Richards Joseph R. 2 Richardson's Row, Cambridge 
"Webber John H. Lamson's Block, Main 

Auctioneers. 

Brown William, Harvard Square cor Dunster 
Knights Samuel C. Green n Hancock 
Morse Roval, Holmes Place 
Munroe William A. 81 Cambridge 
Swett Lewis C. Main near Prospect 

Bakers and Bread Stores. 

Gardner John W. Cambridge near Seventh 

Gould William, 49 Cambridge 

Harrow Andrew B- 438 Harvard 

Kennedy Artemas, (crackers,) 336 Main 

Laidler Mary, Cambridge 

Newmarch Joseph, Harvard cor Clark, and 122 Cambridge 

Smith Nelson, Elm near Broadway 

Thurston, Hall & Oo. Cambridge near Prospect 

Putney Daniel W. 48 Gore 

Whitney Martin, 5 Essex 

Wright'William, Mt. Auburn n Brighton 

Bacon Works. 
Hovey E. & Co. Main opposite Cherry 
Howe & Teel, Main opposite Windsor 

Blacksmiths. 

Blake Darius, North Avenue near Portor's 
Brown R. C. Main cor Court, Lower Port 
Callahan John, Bridge 



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212 HI M DOOM I 

Corcoran Luke, Bridge junction Cambridge 

Cutter James H. (carriage smith,) North Avenue n Porter's 

Day Stephen, Cambridge near Lechmere House ^ 

Hayes & Donovan, Main near Front 

Henderson Robert, North Avenue 

Jones Andrew J. Palmer cor Church 

Lamb & Maguire, Western Avenue near Main 

Lehan Daniel, Gore 

Mcintosh George, Main 

Nutting & Prescott, Palmer 

Robinson Joel, Gore junction Bridge 

Bookbinders. 

Denton & Wood, Magazine 
Learned Lucian S. Main cor Lee 
Lemon Augustus F. Remington 
McDonald & Sons, Holyoke cor Harvard 
Nourse & Remick, Riverside 

Booksellers. 
Bartlett John, Harvard Square cor Brighton 
Fogg Andrew, 97 Cambridge 

Hunnewell William, (school,) Cambridge near Third 
Litchfield Roland Jr. (school,) Main cor Columbia 
Munroe James & Co. Harvard Square 
Niles Daniel W. 351 Main 
Rupp George, (school,) Cambridge n Fifth 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Clark Thomas, North Avenue op Porter's 
Claussen P. 5 Brighton near Harvard Square 
Danforth Otis, Harvard Square 
Durant Reuben, Main cor Temple 
Duris Daniel, Main near Front 
Fitzpatrick James, Mt. Auburn cor Dunster 
Guyer Lewis B. Cambridge cor Third 
Harris Thomas, Magazine n Park 
Hayes Alvin, 393 Main 
Hill Brewer, Windsor n Main 
Hughes John, Bridge 

Martin James, Harvard n Harvard Square 
McFeeley John, Bridge 
Reed & Hobbs, Bridge junction Gore 
Russell Nathan, Hovey's Block op Post Office, 365 Main 
Stafford John, Brighton near Harvard Square 
Sampson William P. Douglass' Block, Main 
Sawyer Josiah, Brookline near Auburn 
White Thomas J. 2 Harvard Row, Harvard Square 
Wilder Cyrus D. fe I). Wilder, Main cor Norfolk 
Wood Jonas, Harvard Row, Harvard Square 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 213 

Box Makers. 

Burgess & Stevens, at Osborn's, State 

Page George G. junction Broadway and Hampshire 

Ray Jesse M. Main near Car Factory 

Simpson W. E. & B. Broadway, Lower Port 

Brick Makers. 

Coffran Samuel, n Putnam 

Hayes Edwin, Putnam 

Hubbell Peter, near Fitchburg and Lexington R. R. 

Brokers and Heal Estate Agents. 

Brown William, Harvard Square cor Dunster 
Howard Peter M. Main junction Austin 
Jewell Hosea, Main op Brookline 
Munroe William A. 81 Cambridge 

Brush Makers. 
Clark & Packard, (feather,) Cambridge near Second 
Harvey, Burton & Co. Gore, b 27 Exchange 
Stratton, Sheriff & Co. Third, b 22 Exchange 

Cabinet Makers. 

Doe, Hazeltine & Co. Gore, b 42 Cornhill 
Hixon Edward, Harvard, b 170 Washington 
Swett Lewis C. Main near Prospect 

Carpenters. 

Bailey T. H. Sixth corner Spring 
Blodgett and Rhoades, 18 Worcester 
Brasee Morton P. Thorndike 
Buck Silas B. Cambridge near Bridge 
Clark Ozias, Spring opposite House Correction 
Clark Simon P. Cherry near School 
Cutler George H. Cambridge corner Sumner 
Cutler Isaac, Cambridge corner Sumner 
Davies B. F. rear Cambridge, over Planing Mill 
Dudlev John, Market 

Estes & Littlefield, Brighton opposite Planing Mill 
Fraser J. B. Cambridge near Bridge 
Gault Benjamin F. Harvard cor Essex 
Gault Thomas, Columbia corner Suffolk 
Grant Job N. 138 Cambridge 
Hancock Charles E. Pleasant near Thorndike 
Hayes Luther S., Follen 
Hutchinson Erastus, Spruce 
Ladd Willard, Concord Avenue 
Low F. & J. 2 Davenport's Car Factory, Main 
Norris Albert, Western Avenuo corner Jay 
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214 BUSOn M mm ctoky, 

Norris & Richardson, Franklin near Pleasant 
Pendexter Charles, Fourth corner Thorndike 
Perkins Levi, Everett 
Pollard Walter, 22 Brookline 
Potter John C. Western Avenue corner Jay- 
Rollins Nicholas F. Pleasant near Athenaeum 
Ricker M. & J. River cor Auburn 
Sanders Samuel, Market 
Shaw Lewis, Gardner near Prospect 
Sparrow James H. Harvard near Norfolk 
Staples James, Palmer 
Stevens Albert & Co. Ht Auburn 
Stiles Stephen, North Avenue n Spruce 
Trow Francis R. Bath 
Willard Samuel L. Wendell 
Winn Francis, Palmer 
Withey Simeon B. Palmer 

Carpet Makers. 
Allen Mary, Dunster near South 
Buliard Caroline M. South corner Dunster 

Carriage Builders. 
Allen Walter M. North Avenue op Porter's 
Chapman Francis L. Brattle near Palmer 
Martin William H. Main near Austin 
Mulliken Edward, North Avenue 

Carriage Painters. 
Belcher George G. Main n Austin 
Jones Andrew J. Palmer 
W r elch Henry, Cambridge near Bridge 

Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors. 
Mason William A. & Co. 469 Main 
Rice George D. Brattle cor Lowell 
Welles Alfred, North Avenue near Mellen 
Welles John H. North Avenue near Mellen 
Whitney & Babbit, Gore cor Second, and Main cor Maga- 
zine 

Clergymen. 
Albro John A. Holyoke cor Holyoke Place 
Averill Alexander M. North Avenue rear Baptist Church 
Bennett Joseph L. 44 Second 
Bradlee Caleb Davis, Orchard 
Carroll Lawrence, Fourth op Catholic Church 
Eaton Henry A. 110 Thorndike 
Gilman Edward W. Prospect n Hampshire 
Harrington Henry F. 6 Centre 
Holland Frederic W. 57 Otis 
Hoppin Nicholas , Follen 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 215 

Howe Moses A. 53 Prospect 

Jones Charles, River cor Jay 

Mason Sumner R. Austin near Prospect 

Merrill Abraham D. 100 Cambridge 

Newell William, Berkeley 

O'Riley Michael, Fourth op Catholic Church 

Page William P. 251 Broadway 

Pryor John, Berkeley 

Skinner Charles A. 105 Harvard 

Ware John F. W. Harvard cor Inman 

Clothing Stores. 

Bartlett William B. Brattle Square 

Brine Robert, Cambridge cor Second 

Brine William, Bridge near Lechmere House 

Connaughy Mary Mrs. 97 Bridge 

Howard Peter M. 355 Main 

Kelly Amasa S. & Co. Main op Pearl 

Levy Abraham, 515 Main 

McGill Thomas, Cambridge near Fourth 

Roaf Robert N. Main near Pearl 

Coal, Wood and Bark. . 

Chaffee K. S. & Co, (charcoal,) Bridge near junction Cam- 
bridge 
Fulton & Luke, Main near West Boston Bridge 
Lerned T. P. & Co. Broadway junction Main 
McBride John, Bridge 

Richardson William T. office 2 Harvard Row 
Smith M. L. & Co. Main, Lower Port 
Wellington J. C. & Co. Bridge, op Prison Point Bridge 
Wyman William, Bridge 

Confectioners. 
Clark Benjamin P. 31 Franklin 
Fleming Mary Jane Mrs. Harvard near Holyoke 
Flint William, Broad wav near Windsor 
McEllroy William, 436 Harvard 
Moore Clark, Main near Essex 

Counsellors. 
Edwards Abraham, Douglass' Block, Main 
Livermore George W. 355 Main 
Marrett Lorenzo, Bank Building, Cambridge 
Muzzey Henry W. Main op Brookline 
Richardson James P. Main, op Irving Homo 
Ripley & Folsom, Cambridge near Second 
Tyler Joseph II. BO Cambridge 
Whitney Benjamin W. Whitney's Building, Brattle Square 



21G BUUllttfl dii:i « rOBT. 

Crockery &o Glass Ware. 

Bartlctt William B., Brattle Square 

Bruce Abel W. Main, under Cambridge Bank 

Hunnewell William, Cambridge near Third 

Hyde Edward, Main near Prospect 

Read John & Co. Harvard Square 

Dentists. 
Backus George, Main cor Essex 

Dress Makers. 

Andrews Margaret, Church 

Boardman Sarah L. 39 Columbia 

Bowman Harriet C. Sargent Place 

Bigelow Arathusa, 5 Auburn 

Callender Frances, Melledge's Block, Main 

Creetman Isabella Mrs. 24 School Place 

Daniels Eliza C. 391 Main 

DeQuedville Fanny Mrs. Brighton near Mt. Auburn 

Duparr & Co. over Hyde's store, Main near Prospect 

Fenton Martha A. Tremont 

Grant Anna D. 138 Cambridge 

Littlefield Hannah, Pleasant near Green 

Nutter Abby R. Cambridge near Fourth 

Peabod3 T Lydia, Pleasant cor Auburn 

Pickett Mary E. Shepard cor Avon 

Ricker Sabrina, 34 Auburn 

Bobbins Elvina E. 11 Norfolk 

Rolf Mrs. Spring cor Sixth 

Russell Mary B. Cambridge cor Fourth 

Shackley Serena, 95 Norfolk 

Stevens Harriet R. 1 Prospect 

Stewart Lucy J. Main near Norfolk 

Swain Mehitnble, 10 Franklin 

Swett & Thomas, Misses, Main near Athenaeum 

Tinkham Clara C. 5 Worcester 

Wheeler Margaret Mrs. Holyoke 

Dry Goods. 

Bartlett William B., Brattle Square 

Bates & Saunders, Harvard Block 

Bigelow Henry A. 83 Cambridge 

Bruce Abel W. Main near Essex 

Bruce Charles W. North Avenue near Porter's 

Bruce Joseph A. North Avenue near Porter's 

Coklev Thomas, Gore 

i Charles I). 65 Cambridge 
Qata Cicero C. 73 Cambridge 
Gibson Ann, 319 Main 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 217 

Greenwood Edward S. 411 Main 
Murdock Asa, Main op Pleasant 
Read John & Co. Harvard Square 
Wheeler Jonathan, Bridge 

Expresses. 

Barron Wm. order box Union Store, Cambridge cor Third 
Bennett Stidmon, order box Railway Office, Harvard Sq. 
Buck D. S. order box 6 Harvard Row 
Danforth H. (furniture mover,) Prospect n Broadway 
Hapgood Oliver, order box at Post Office, Main 
Huckins Albert, order box at D. U. Chamberlin's, Main 
Hunting Henry E. order box at J. Dexter's, Broadway cor 

Norfolk 
Jones Orrin G. order box 2 Harvard Row 
Livermore Kidder A. order box 6 Harvard Square 
Sawin D. W. order box at Post Office, Harvard Square 
Stratton Charles, order box 6 Harvard Row 
Teele Andrew A. order box at J. A. Holmes & Co.'s, Main 
Torrey J. S. order box at Post Office, Cambridge 
Waitt Freeman C. order box at Wright & Hatch's, Main 
Whittemore & Nickerson, order box at HunnewelPs, Cam- 
bridge 

Fish Dealers. 

Belcher John H. Brattle near Harvard Square 

Benson & Co. 85 Cambridge 

Fellows Cyrus, Magazine near Main 

Gerry Federick A. North Avenue near Porter's Station 

Hunson Henry, 87 Cambridge 

Witherell & Co. 362 Main 

FuriiLtTiire Dealers. 

Monroe W. A., 81 Cambridge 
Whitney & Brackett, Brattle Square 

Gentlemen's Famishing Goods. 

Howard Peter M., Main junction Austin 
Levy Abraham, 415 Main 
Kelly Amasa S. & Co. Main op Pearl 
Kimball William & Co. 3 Harvard Row 
Roaf Robert N. Main n Pearl 

Glas3 and Britannia Ware Mannfastnrers. 

Bay State Glass Co. Bridge, b 44 Kilby, S. Slocomb, A^ent 
New England Glass Co. North, b 45* B.ittery march, J.N. 

How, Agent 
Draper & Co. Otis n marsh 



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218 husinkss DIRECTORY. 

Grain Dealers. 
Bates & Davis, Main op Norfolk 
Davis & Co._North Avenue n Porter's Station 
Hastings T. & Co. Bridge, junction of Cambridge 
Luke E. H. Main n West Boston Bridge 
Train Edmund, Bridge cor East 

Hair Dressers- 

Armstrong Willinm, Allen n Porter's Hotel 

Benson Henry J. Cambridge n Fourth 

Bentley John 55 Cambridge 

Burr Lemuel, Lamson's Block, Main 

Gordon John, Harvard Square 

Haddow James L. Irving House, Main 

Howard Peter J. Main n Pearl 

Pike George S. 343 Main 

Sands George M. Brighton n Harvard Square 

Hardware. 

Chamberlin Daniel U. Harvard Square and Main n Magazine 

Donnell & Moore, 15 Brattle 

Nutting Jonathan D. Main, op Norfolk 

Palmer John, cor Gore and Second 

Price James M., 25 Cambridge n Second 

Whittemore John M. Main cor Cherry 

Harness Makers. 
Bowen J. D. Cambridge op Lechmere House 
Haucock Belcher, Main cor Pearl 
Snow Benjamine B. Cambridge, op Lechmere House 
Tucker Ebenezer, Brattle n Harvard Square 

Hat and Cap Dealers* 

Dallinger Charles, Main op Pearl 
Kimball William & Co., Harvard Row 
Smith Joseph C. Mam n Columbia 
Tillson Robert, Cambridge 
Wood Jonas, Harvard Row 

Hay. 
Bates & Davis, Main op Norfolk 
Train Edmund, Bridge cor East 
Wellington J. C. & Co. Bridge op Prison Point Bridge 

Ice Dealers. 

Black William, North Avenue op Common 
Kenny & Pierce, b 107 Faneuil Hall and Cambridge op 
Lechmere Square 

Ice Tool Makers. 
Pettingill & W r heeler, Brighton n South 
Brown Timothy A. n Hubbell's Brick Yard 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 219 

Jewelers. 
Gibbs Benjamin W. Main cor Essex 
Hunnewell James A. Harvard Square cor Dunster 
Huntington James, Harvard Square 
Moore Clark, Main 
Scanlan Joseph F. Main near Prospect 

Leather and Morocco Dressers. 

Agin John, Court 
Smith John & Son, Davis 

Lime and Cement. 

Burrasje, Sticknev & Co. Broadway L P 

Gale & Dudley, Main L P 

Train Edmund, Bridge cor East 

Wellington J. C. & Co. Bridge op Prison Point Bridge 

Livery Stables. 

Dailev & Holmes, at Lechmere House, Cambridge 

Hill Nathan R. Church 

Pike James, Main, rear Wood's Block, 

Smith H. D. Gore op Second 

Smith William W. Broadway op Elm 

Stearns James, Dunster 

Wait Amos L. Main near Car Factory 

Wallace Samuel, Cambridge op Lechmere House 

Watts Francis A. Brattle near Brattle Square 

Lnmber. 
Bosworth H. & J. S., Main L P 
Boynton William, Bridge 
Burrage, Stickney & Co. Broadway L P 
Flint & Kent, wholesale commission, Bridge, b 11 Long 

Wharf 
Gale & Dudley, Main L P 
Hall J. & Sons, East 
Hastings Oliver, foot East 
Warren Moses & Co. Bridge near Prison Point Bridge 

Masons and Plasterers. 

Bates William, 61 Brattle 
Bennett Wilder, 68 Thorndike 
Biggers Stephen, Otis near Eighth 
Dow ling Martin, Thorndike 
Grant George L. Spring 
Hammond Jeduthan, 17 Worcester 
Jones Andrew, 31 Second 
Lamson Henry, Bowdoin Place 
Lamson Henry A. South 
Lamson Kufus, Essex 
Norton Michael, Bowdoin Place 



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220 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Slocomb Charles E. Seventh 
Stevenson David, 117 Spring 

Milliners. 
Alley & Johnson, 43 Cambridge 
Bontell Silvia, Fourth next Baptist Church 
Callender Sarah B. Melledge's Block, Main 
Dodge Fanny L. over D. U. Chamberlin's store, Harvard 

Square 
Ferguson Alexander Mrs. Main n Norfolk 
Gibson Ann, 319 Main 
Hardy Betsey Mrs. 25 Washington 
Mahan A. E. 79 Cambridge 
SherlockJJosephine A. Main near Athenaeum . 
Turner George R. Mrs. 349 Main 
White John Mrs. Main near Columbia 

Newspaper Dealers. 

Fogg Andrew, Cambridge btwn Third and Fourth 
White Thomas J. 2 Harvard Row 
Work Thomas, 348 Main 

Nurseries. 
Farwell James R. North Avenue near Porter's 
Fay Isaac, Fayette cor Cambridge 
Hill James, North Avenue near Porter's Station 
Hovey & Co. Cambridge near junction Hampshire 
Richardson Josiah, Broadway near Columbia 

Nurses- 
Butler Martha Miss, bds Jacob Nudd's 
Harrington Adeline Miss, rear Fifth 
Hooper Elizabeth, South cor Brighton 
McCune Ann Mrs. Magazine near Short 
McLane Mary Miss, 51 Gore 
Osborn Rebecca, Cambridge near Windsor 
Pond Lydia J. 33 Clark 
Prentiss Dorcas B. Cambridge near Windsor 
Rice Sarah Ann Mrs. Seventh 
Sawin Sarah Mrs. North Avenue op Common 
Thissell Lucy Mrs. Gore 
Walker Anna J. 17 Magazine 

Oil Works. 
Fisk & Fuller, Broadway L P 
Rice Aaron, Hampshire junction Broadway 

Oyster and Refreshment Saloons- 
Belcher John A. Brattle n Harvard Square 
Campbell R. M. Bridge 
Fraser Alexander, 89 v & 91 Cambridge 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 221 



Gerry Frederick A. North Avenue near Porter's Station 
Morse Kendall, Wood's Block, Main 
Russell William & Co. North Avenue near Porter's Hotel 
Wallace Charles G. Brighton btwn Mt. Auburn and Har- 
vard Square 
Willard Alben S. Main op Essex 

Painters and Paper Hangers* 

Bates Jacob H. Brattle cor Church 

Bates William, 2d, Brattle cor Church 

Clanin James S. Union Square 

Cook Benjamin, Otis cor Fifth 

Danforth George 0. Brighton near Eliot 

Farnum Winchester W. Harvard near Holyoke 

Gilson & Stevens, Western Avenue near Main 

Gunnison Daniel, Moore near Harvard 

Maynard & Follet, Main cor AVestern Avenue 

Mclntire Eben, Gore near Second 

Sawyer Howard, 80 Cambridge 

Sawyer Jesse L. Main 

Stacy G. W. 416 Main, over J. A. Holmes & Co's 

Thayer James H. & J. P. Main op Temple 

Tufts E. T. 136 Cambridge 

Walton Nathan S. Brattle near Harvard Square 

White Thomas M. Main near Brookline 

Paints* Oil and Glass* 

Hastings T. & Co. Bridge junction Cambridge 
Hovey H. N. Gore 
Train E. Bridge cor East 

Paper Hangings* 

Chamberlin Daniel U. Main op Magazine 

Folsom C. D., Cambridge 

Palmer John, cor Gore and Second 

Tendler & Buckpitt, Norfolk btwn Harvard & Broadway 

Thayer James H. & J. P. Main op Temple 

Physicians* 

Alden Jonathan P. 7 Austin 
Allen Charles F., Temple cor Austin 
Chaplin Charles F., Austin cor Inman 
Chase Hiram L., Main op Hancock (Homoeopathic) 
Clarke Moses, 99 Cambridge 
Foster Charles F., Garden near Appian Way 
Gorham William H., Brattle cor Appian Way 
Hooker Anson, ^6 Cambridge 
Hooker Anson P., 86 Cambridge 
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222 BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Jenks George R., Melledge's Block, Main, (Homoeopathic) 

Johnson William Otis, Brattle cor Mason 

Marstin Ephraim, Lamson's Block, Main 

Morse James R., Milk cor Maple Place 

Plympton Sylvanus, Main near Chestnut 

Sawyer Samuel, Holyoke cor Mt. Auburn 

Taylor John B., 82 Cambridge 

Webber A. Carter, 13 Pleasant 

Wellington William W., 4 Temple 

Wyman Jeffries, Brattle cor Willard 

Wyman Morrill, Church near Brattle 

Plumbers. 

Berry William B. Brighton near Harvard Square 
Donnell & Moore, 15 Brattle 
Parks F. B. Main, op Chronicle Office 
Stevens John H. 481 Main 

Printers* 

Allen & Farnham, Remington 
Ford John, Main cor Temple 
Houghton Henry 0. & Co., Riverside 
Metcalf & Co., Holyoke 
Niles D. W. Main n junction Austin 
Thurston & Torry, Main cor Temple 

Private Schools— Teachers. 

Aggassiz Louis, (for young ladies) Quincy cor Broadway 
Hall Mary J., Norfolk near Harvard 
Hancock Martha W., Auburn cor Magazine 
Harris Emma F., Cotton near Harvard 
Kezar Sarah F. & Ellen M., under Baptist Church, Cam- 
bridge cor Fourth 
Lyman Catharine D. (for young ladies) Brattle cor Hiliiard 
Mackintosh Sarah B. and Marianna E Clarke, 561 Main 
Sessions Elizabeth, W T inthrop Square cor Mt. Auburn 
W T hite Maria A. School near Porter's Station 
Whitney Mary, Ware, btwn Harvard and Broadway 

Provision Dealers* 

Burdakin J. C, Cambridge cor Fourth 

Brewer Thomas H. Brighton near Harvard Square 

Broadway Market, Broadway cor Norfolk 

Carter Frank, Main cor Western Avenue 

Chandler Ebenezer M. Main near Norlolk 

Coleman John, 313 Main 

Dodge John H. Magazine cor Main 

Gale & Rhoades, Harvard Square 

Gross William, Harvard Market, Harvard 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 223 

Hubbard William M., Cambridge cor Second 

Livermore Josiah T. Main cor Prospect 

Mallows James, 364 Main 

Pettingell William H., Cambridge near Second 

Rice Joseph H. North Avenue near Porter's Station 

Teel Edward L., Main cor Cherry 

Wallace James P. jr., 19 & 21 Brattle cor Palmer 

Ward Andrew A., Western Avenue cor Kinnard 

Ward Winthrop A., Western Avenue near Kinnard 

Wells Thomas B., Hampshire cor Cambridge 

Public Houses* 

Brattle House, Brattle Square 

Broadway House, Main L P 

Elm House, North Avenue 

Irving House, Main cor Pearl 

Lechmere House, junction Cambridge and Bridge 

Porter's Hotel, North Avenue 

Reed's Tavern Bridge junc Gore 

Pump and Block Makers, 

Ingalls John D., Harvard near Norfolk 
Ingalls John R., Harvard near Norfolk 

Sash and Blind Makers* 

Bartlett & Brown, Gore 

Berry & Trull, Brighton, over Hyde's Planing Mill 

Ford Calvin, at Osborn's, State 

Osborn Dalphon, State near Car Factory 

Soap and Candle Manufactories. 

Boardman Charles, 14 Worcester 

Chaney & Co, Clark 

Cooper Charles, River, op Short, Ward Two 

Cooper William, River op Rockwell 

Davis Curtis, Broadway n Davis 

Davis E. & Co. Main n Cherry 

Davis J. C. & Co. Broadway n Davis 

Godfrey Nathan P. River 

Jones Charles L. & Co. Pearl 

Livermore Nathaniel & Son, Main n Columbia 

Smith & White, River 

Winchester E. A. & W. Water, b 16 South Market 

Stair Builders- 

Adams & Atwood, Cambridge cor Seventh 
Dunham Israel P. Main junction Arrow 
French William A. Main junction Harvard 
Melcher John & James, Broadway cor Clark 



224 BUnXXSI DIBXOTOBT. 

Steam Sawing and Planing. 

Bartlett & Brown, Gore n Sixth, and rear Cambridge 

Hyde baao, Brighton n Bridge 

Osborn Dalphon, State near Car Factory 

Page George G. junction Hampshire and Broadway 

Stiinpson W. E. & B. Broadway L P 

Stone Workers. 
Sanborn A. C. & Co. Bridge 

Winkley William P. n Putnam 

Stoves, Tin Ware, &>c. 
Bailey Jacob L. Cambridge cor Second 
Berry William B. Brighton n Harvard Square 
Donnell & Moore, 15 Brattle 
Eaton & Haley, 339 and 341 Main 
Price James M. Cambridge n Second 
Russ Charles E. 477 Main 

Merchant Tailors. 
Brine Robert, Cambridge cor Second 
Brine William, Bridge n Lechmere House 
Cavlin John, Bridge 
Jennings John D. Main op Pearl 
Kimball William & Co. 3 Harvard Row 
Lum Isaac E. 347 Main 
McGill Thomas, Cambridge n Fourth 
Scanlan James, Lamson's Biock ; Main 

Sign and Ornamental Painters. 
Belcher George G. Main n Universalist Church 
Tufts E. T. 136 Cambridge 
Sawyer Howard, 80 Cambridge 

Slaters- 

Munroe Charles, 4 Eliot 

Twine and Cordage Manufacturers- 

Hegney John, Cambridge op Medford 
Sproul & Edwards, North Avenue 

Undertakers. 
Brackett Joseph, Brattle n Appiau Way 
Oatejr James, SO Fourth 
Handford Horace, Shepard 
Litchfield Roland jr. Main cor Columbia 
Moore Andrew. 9o Bridge 
Pear John, Front 
Rollins Amos P. Auburn Court 
Welch Hiram, 103 Otis 
Wilder James C. Pearl cor Perry 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 225 



Upholsterers. 

Hixon Edward, Harvard 

Ingalls Edward B. Harvard n Norfolk 

Tendler & Buckpitt, Norfolk btwn Harvard and Broadway 

Whitney & Brackett, Brattle Square 

Watchmakers. 
Donallan J. W. Cambridge n Second 
Gibbs Benjamin W. Main cor Essex 
Hunnewell James A. Harvard Square cor Dunster 
Huntington James, Harvard Square 
Scanlan Joseph F. Main n Prospect 

West India Goods. 

Atwill John B. North Avenue n Porter's Station 

Atwood James, junction Cambridge and Hampshire 

Burridge Joseph, (& Son,) Main L P 

Cade George L. Main cor Columbia 

Carruth Charles E. 64 River 

Crane John, Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

Davis & Co. North Avenue n Porter's Station 

Hastings T. & Co. Bridge cor East 

Holmes Joseph A. & Co. Main cor Magazine 

Hovey J. Dana, Main n Brookline 

Hovey H. N. Gore cor Third 

James Samuel, Main n Norfolk 

Kelley Daniel, Cambridge n Windsor 

Knight Charles Howard, cor Clark 

Meginn John, Brighton 

Messer & Son, Main op Car Factory 

Palmer John, Gore cor Second 

Rupp George, Cambridge n Fifth 

Smith Daniel J. Washington cor Windsor 

Spring William S. Main cor Windsor 

Stevens A. H. jr. Bridge cor Water 

Train E. Bridge cor East 

Wells James H. Broadwav cor Clark 

Wood & Hall, 5 Harvard Row 

Wyeth & Day, 5 Brattle 

Wheelwrights. 

Bell Robert, Cambridge 
Brown Daniel, Palmer 
Hurd Amos D. Palmer 
Jones Andrew J. Palmer 
Pierce Joseph, Western Avenue 
Munroe Enoch Cambridge 
Th wing James, Green n Pleasant 
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LIST OF SUNDAYS 



THE YEAR 1857. 



JANUARY 


...4..I 


..11.. i 


..18.. 


..25.. 




FEBRUARY, . . . 


...1.. 


...8.. 


..15.. 


. .22.. 














MARCH, 


...1.. 


...8.. 


..15.. 


..22.. 


..29.. 


APRIL 


...5.. 


..12.. 


..19.. 


..26.. 




MAY, 


...3.. 


..10.. 


..17.. 


..24.. 


..31.. 


JUNE, 


...7.. 


..14.. 


..21.. 


..28.. 




JULY, 


...5.. 


..12.. 


..19.. 


..26.. 




AUGUST 


...2.. 


...9.. 


..16.. 


..23.. 


..30.. 


SEPTEMBER, . . 


...6.. 


..13.. 


'..20.. 


..27 


OCTOBER, 


...4.. 


..11.. 


..18.. 


..25 


NOVEMBER, . . . 


...1.. 


...8.. 


..15.. 


?o, 


..29.. 








DECEMBER,... 


...6.. 


'..13.. 


..20.. 


..27.. 





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& 

CAMBRIDGE POST OFFICES. 

There are four post offices in the City of Cambridge, 
viz: — 

" Cambridge," William Caldwell, Postmaster. Mails 
arrive 8£ a. m., and 2£ p. m. Leave 8 a. m. and 12J p. m. 

" Cambridgeport," Samuel James, Postmaster. Mails 
arrive 7£ A. m. and 2£ p. m. Leaves 8 \ a. m. and 1 p. m. 

"East Cambridge," Andrew Fogg, Postmaster. Mails 
arrive 8,| a. m. and 3^ p. m. Close 9 A. m. and 2 p. m. 

" North Cambridge," James H. Davis, Postmaster. Mail 
arrives 7| a. m. Leaves 8^ p. m. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

Letters in the United States, per % oz., (fractions same,) 
not over 3000 miles, 3 c. prepaid; over 3000 miles 10 c # 
prepaid. Drop letters 1 c, prepaid or not. Advertised 
letters 1 c. extra. To or from the Provinces, not over 3000 
miles from the line, 10 c. per £ oz., over 3000 miles, 15 c, 
prepaid or not. 

Transient newspapers, periodicals, unsealed circulars, or 
other articles of printed matter, not exceeding 3 ounces in 
weight, to any part of the United States, prepaid, 1 c, not 
prepaid 2 c; each additional ounce or fraction of an 
ounce, prepaid, 1 c, not prepaid, 2 c. 

Regular newspapers or periodicals, paid yearly or quar- 
terly in advance, when circulated in the State where pub- 
lished, not weighing over l£ oz., 4 c.; over 1£ oz. and not 
over 3 oz., £ c; every additional oz. or fraction, £ c. 
When circulated out of the State, all weighing 3 oz. or 
less, £ c, and each additional fractional oz. or fraction, £ c. 
Weekly newspapers within the county where printed and 
published, single copy free to each subscriber. Small 
newspapers and periodicals, monthly or oftener, and pam- 
phlets not containing more than sixteen octavo pages, in 
in single packages of not less than 8 oz. to one address, 
prepaid by stamp, £ c. for each ounce; fraction same. 

Books, bound or unbound, not weighing over four pounds, 
under 3000 miles, 1 c. per oz., prepaid, l£ c. not prepaid; 
over 3000 miles, 2 c. prepaid, 3 c. not prepaid. 



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A TABLE, 

Showing the number of days from any day inuoe 
month, to the same day in another month. 

VERY USEFUL IN BANKING BUSINESS. 



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Feb. - -334 365 28 59 89 120150 181212 242 273 303 



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Mar. - -306 337 365 31 61 92 122 153 184 214 2 



April, -275 306334 365 30 01 91 122 U 



May,- -245 276 304 335 365 31 61 2 



June,- - 214^45 278:804! 



July, - - 184 215 243 274 304 335 365 31 62 92 123 153 



Aug.- -153 184 212 243 273 304 334 365 31 61 



Sept. 



-122 153181212 242 273 303 334 365 30 61 91 



Oct. - - 92 123 151182 212 243 273 304 335 365 31 61 



Nov. - - 61 



92 120 151 1S1 212 242 273 304 234 365 30 



Dec. 



31 62 90 121151 1 35 365 



Example. — How many days from the 2nd of April to the 
2nd of September? Look for April at the left hand, and Sep- 
tember at the top ; in the angle is 153. 



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LOCKWOOD &LUMB, 

PLUMBERS, 

No. 43 School Street, directly opposite the 

FRANKLIN STATUE, CITY HALL, 
BOSTON. 



COCHITUATE 
WATER. 




MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



WATER CLOSETS, 
BATHING TUBS, 
SH AVER BATHS, 
LIFT PUMPS, 



WASH BASIN'S, 
MARBLE SLABS, 
FORCE PUMPS, 
BEER PUMPS, 



FOUZSTTA-INS! 

BRASS COCKS, i HYDRANTS, 

LEAD PIPES, SHEET LEAD, 

BAR LEAD, I SILVER PLATED WORK, 

&c, &c. 

Lcathc anil India Rubber Hose. 



N. B. Orders from any part of the Unitsd States 
promptly attended to. 



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. 16GC. 
To the Gentlemen and Ladies of CambridQ 

I would most respectfully cull your attention to the New 
Stock of 

WATCKt, WVUJTO, 

Silver and Plated Ware, 

that I have just opened at my New Store in 

COOLIDCE BUILDING, 

Opposite the Revere House. 

I should be pleased to have you call and examine my 
Stock before purchasing, ns it is a rich and well selected 
stock, and the prices nre as reasonable ns any store in the 
city. Every article sold will be warranted as represented; 
and if it does not prove so the money will be refunded. 

I shall be happy to show you my Goods at any time, and 
if you find nothing to suit you, we will not press yen to 
buy. 

NATHANIEL JEXKI1 

WATER PIPS! 



PAT EXT GUTTA PERC3IA PIPE 

Is recommended to the 

Customers of the Cambridge Waler Works, 

For Service Pipe for duelling houses, ns li-irg free frcm all the 
poisonous qualities ot metal pi^es. It is le.-s liable to be irjured 
by frost j. is stiong, safe and durable. It has been 

Three Years in L'sCi 

for the Coehituate Water Pipe. will be put into houses by M 
G 1 'MUaMLy & SON. or J. M Kith I A M ft Co.. 1'luu. 

All M7.es <»t pij e foraquediur or >ui urn.. Portals at wholesale 
warehouse, 7j Kilfcy btrett, BlS'IUN, hy 

CIIAKLLS STODDER. 



JOEL ROBINSON, 

Iron Hailing Jttanufarturer, 




Gore Street, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

House and Store Work, of every description, done at 

short notice and at the lowest prices. 
N. B. Particular attention paid to Enclosing Cemetery- 
Lots, and with any required pattern of Railing; several new 
styles of* which, (not to be found els3where,) are now read}' 
for exhibition 



GAS FITTING ESTABLISHMENT. 
S. A. STETSON & Co, 

No. 350 Washington st. 

Hayward Block, 
BOSTON. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 




Gas Fixtures, 

Gas Pipes put into builriiiiKs in the brst manner, 
and Fixtures put up in Cambridge with- 
out extra e!iar«;e. • 

All work warranted. GAS S FOYKS for heating and cook- 
ing on the most approved and economical principles. 



M U N R O E ' S 

Third Ward Furniture Ware Rooms, 

— AND — 

X"os. 81 &. 85 Cambridge Street, - Wnrd Three. 

On hand and constantly receiving direct from the Manu- 
facturers, medium and low priced Furniture, Mattresses and 
House keeping Articles Variety Goods, &c.. ^c., which 
sire offered for sale at the very lowest possible Cash I\ 
My arrangements are such that I am celling Furniture, 
10 per cent, less than Boston prices. Furniture, »S:c.. 
delivered in Cambridge, Somerville, Charlestown and lies- 
ton, without expense to the purchaser for cartage. 

Second Hand Furniture, Carpets, &c.,on hand for Mile. 

Munroe as Auctioneer, offers his services lor the disposal 
of property by Auction. 

Appraiser and Eeal Estate Agent. 



J. J. WALWOKTH & CO., 

18 to 20 Devonshire Street, Eo3ton 

STEAM, GAS, AND WATER PIPES 

OF WROUGHT IRON, 

FROM ONE HALF INCH TO FOUR INCHES. 
J. J. W. & CO. are prepared to put in 

WATER PIPE 

for the introduction of the 

FRESH POND WATER 

into houses, and are using for that purpose 

GALVANIZED IRON PIPE, 

believing it to be the very best description of pipe for the 
conveyance of water. It will not ru<r, is not sictcd upon 
chemically by any de^eriptio i of water, end consequently 
is not like* lead pipe, deleterious in its effects. Oider< tor 
the fitting up of houses may be lett et the lollowing p faces: 
Uffice ol the Union Bail Rued, OWl Cambridge. H. Jewell 
& Co, Cambridgeport. Tost Office, East Cambridge. 



•s>. 



FOWLING PIECES, 




OF EVERY 
Rifle?, Pistols, Powder, Shot 
Balls, Percussion Caps, 
Copper and Leather Powder 

Flasks, 
Leather Shot Belts and 

Pouches, Game Bags, 
Gun Making Materials, 



DESCRIPTION. 

Sportsmen and Travellers 1 

Liquor Flasks, 
Double &"Single Gun Barrels, 
Locks, Stocks, Rods, Worms, 
Guns, Ciises, Cylinders, 
Parts of Locks, 
Brass and Steei Mountings, 



CONSTANTLY FOR SALE BY 



WELU&M1 REAR & SON), 

No. 6 MARKET SQUARE, BOSTON. 



M. P. ELLIOTT, 

Hats, Caps, Ftirs and Furnishing Goods, 

77 Court, corner of Brattle Street, 

BOSTON. 

Hats, Caps and Furs manufactured to order. Also, con- 
stantly on hand, a good assortment of 

Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas and Parasols, 

Wholesale and retail. 



NEW ENGLAND 

CARPET WAREHOUSE, 

No. 75 Hanover Street, 

BOSTON. 



JAMES II. HALLETT, 

DEALER IN 

Feathers, Mattresses, Bedding and Pew 

CUSHIONS, 

Nos- 1G Dock Square and .31 Faneuil Hall Square, 
BOSTON. 

Kj^ Mattresses Refitted and Beds Renovated in a superior manner. 



GEORGE H. ALLEN, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

FRENCH AN© AMERICAN 

fkfll HANGINGS, 

23 School Street, . . BOSTON. 

Paper hangers of experience famished when desired. 

105. Gents Furnishing Goods. 105. 

WILLI A HI BRINE, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

Bridge Street, E. CAMBRIDGE. 



A. C. SANBORN & CO. 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP 

Rough and Hammered Granite, 

Sanborn's "Wharf, Bridge Street, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

8 INBORN. ) I II. A. KEMP. 

JOHN r.LOOD. j (J. F. 3ANBOBN. 

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HEWS' PATENT AMERICAN ACTION 

PIANO FORTS. 

From the illustrious Pianist. L M. GOTTSCHALK^ to Mr. 

Hews 1 Agent at New York. 
Mr. N. P. B. Curtiss— Dear Sir : — Kaving had the pleasure of per- 
forming upon Geo. Hews' An erican Patent Action Piano, at the 
World's Fair in this city the present year, and other of his Pianos 
at your Warerooms., which afforded ni? much gratification, I cheer- 
fully recommend them to the public. 1 am very glad of the im- 
provement in the action. These instruments likewise are of excel- 
lent tone, owing no doubt, to the perfection of the scales. 
Very llespectfully, 

L. M. GOTTSCHALK. 

Manufactory, 379 Washington Street, Boston. 





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G. R. HIGHBORN, 
Slucttonccu aittr Krai Estate UvoUcr, 

Ofli< <•. \o. 1 Scollny'rt Building, 

Entrance, Treniont Row, Jfi BVOIV* 

G. R. HicnBORN will give his undivided attention to Sales at 
Auction of Real Estate, Stocks of Goods in Store*, Furniture at 
Residences, in or out of the city ; also, to Real Estate at private ?ale. 

Hon. E. G. Loring, Dr. J. V. C Pmith, 

Hon. Moses G. Cobb, Isaac Thatcher, Esq., 

Dr. J. C. Ilayden. 



JAMES M. PRICE, 

DEALER IN 

STOVES, RANGES, 

— AND — 

HARDWARE , 

Zinc, Sheet lead and lead Pipe, Britannia, 

Japanned, Tin and Enamelled Ware, &c Cnst Iron Sinks, 

Oven, Ash Pit and Boiler Doors and Grates, 

Funnel Irons, Sad Irons, 

Stove Linings. 

Stove Brushes, Coal Sieve?, &C. 

No. 25 Cambridge, near Second Street, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

0^=* All kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware made 
to order. All orders promptly attended to. 



STAIR BUILDERS, 

Cambridge Street, corner of Seventh, 

J. F. ADAMS. S. S. ATWOOD. 



BOWDOI IST'S 

Ambrotype and Photographic 

49 TIEt-IElVEOlNrT STREET, 

{Nearly qppo. the Museum, over Leonard tf Cb.'s 
Auction Booms.) 

The Ambrotype originated at this Establishment; Let- 
ters Patent have been obtained in this country and Europe. 
These beautiful and permanent pictures have taken the 
precedence of all others, wherever they have been intro- 
duced by skilful artists. 

0^* The public should beware of worthless imitations, 
as many are made and palmed off for the genuine. Call 
at the oYiginal establishment and you will be sure to obtain 
a valuable picture. 

PLANING, SAWING, JOINTING, 

State Street, Cambridgeport, near 

DAVENPORT'S CAR FACTORY. 

The subscriber would embrace the present opportunity 
of tendering his thanks to his former patrons for their aid, 
and solicits a continuance of the same. He has of late 
greatly increased his facilities for accomplishing work with 
greater neatness and despatch, having purchased a power- 
ful Steam Engine, and constructed Machinery, mostly new. 
He also continues to manufacture 

BOXES, 

of every size and description, to order; also, 

Window Frames, Doors, Sashes, Ilinds, &c. 

Those who are disposed to favor him with a call, may de- 
pend upon having their work done in the best possible man- 
ner, aud at short notice. 

DALPIION OSBORN. 



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EUREKA! 

« We Have Found It ! " 



A Simplified 



llwiii ilmi^ilM; 

Peculiarly adapted for Family Use, 

and for which 

A SZITER MEDAl 




The Highest Premium given for Sewing Machines, was 

awarded by the Massa- 
chusetts Charitable Me- 
chanic Association, at 
the eighth Exhibition, 
recently held at Faneuil 
and Quincy Halls, Bos- 
ton '.' 

We can show any 
lady or gentleman who 
may feel disposed to In- 
vestigate our claims to their patronage, that we have re- 
cently obtained letters patent for, and are now manufactur- 
ing 

A SEWING MACHINE 
Not much larger than one's hand, which is so extremely 
simple in its construction, so rapid in its movements, and 
so easy to keep in repair, that we feel certain every one 
who takes the trouble to examine it, will say tbst it is 

The Family Sewing Machine 

which has so long been required in our market. Who will 
be without one, when they can have ingenuity combined 
with beauty, and make a saving of 

Time, Money and Labor 1 
The success of our Machines is unparalleled in the his- 
tory of Sewing Machines; and wo may as well say here, 
that we have them adapted to all kinds of 

MANUFACTURING PURPOSES, 
as well as for household use. (Jive us an opportunity to 
explain their merits. If oar Machines do not soil them- 
selves, we will not ask you to purchase. 

EMORY, HOUGHTON St CO., 

332 Washington Street, .... BOSTON. 

Opposite (lie Adams House. 



HOT Ail GOLD BATHS 



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WILLIAM MILLS, 



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9 

13 Devonshire Street, . . . BOSTON. 

W. M. having had twenty-five years practical experience, 
will execute all orders in a thorough and substantial man- 
ner. 

References in Cambridge given on application. 



S. A. DAVIS, 



Bridge Street, 



EAST CAMBRIDGE. 



SPRCNQ REPMSiUNQ, 
TIKE SETTING, WAGON IRONING, 

And Repairing and Jobbing of every description. 

ORDERS SOLICITED AND EXECUTED PROMPTLY. 



J. C. WELLINGTON & Co., 

DEALERS IN 

Hard & Soft Coal, Wood, Bark 3 

Bundle Hay, Lime, Cement, &e„ 

CRAGIE BRIDGE, NEAR PRISON POINT BRIDGE, 
EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

X. B. A large supply of Smith's Coal, always on hand. 



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HALLETT, DAVIS & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Grand, Parlor-Grand and Square 




1 \^%^ B 1 ^W^a% 

Combining improvements that cannot be 

found in those of any other rr ake, and 

uniting great power and 

purity of tone with an easy and elastic action, with our 

PATENT SUSPENSION BRIDGE. 

Warerooms, 409 Washington st., (near Boylslon,) BOSTON. 



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\Y holcsnle m»«* Rrtnil Dealer in 



LEAVITT, 

;aler in 

furs, |S HATS, 



EVERY VARIETY OF KIND AND QUALITY, 

and nt 

PRICES THE MOST FAVORABLE. 

No. 91 COURT STREET, BOSTON. 

ADJOINING COPELAND'S CONFECTIONARY. 



T. <.l! 1:1 IM <fc CO. 

GRAND, PARLOR BRAND AND BQUAR1 

PIANOFORTE MANUFACTORY, 

484 Washington Stre3t, Boston. 

New York WarerooroSf 11*) it 421 llromlway* 

corner of Cannl Street* 

The present Senior partner being the oldest Piano Manufacturer 
in Boston. This linn has within the last year in:. 
very important and material 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

An entire set of new scales have been made, including a new 
scale for a Grand Pianoforte. The first Piano made froi 
ceived the award of a Silver Medal at tin- last Exhibition of the 
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. By the peculiar 
construction of said new scales, they have greatlj improed their 
Square Pianofortes, by increasing the vibration, clearness, and 
purity of tone. They have also adopted a 

N«w Improved Anion, 
which is simple in its construction, very sensitive to the most deli- 
cate touch, operates without a spring, (an advantage | 
no other action,) and therefore requires little, if any regulating, 
by the changes of weather or climate ; combines all the mi 
sirable qualities sought for during the last twenty 
which a Medal was awarded at the last Fair of the Massachusetts 
Charitable Mechanic Association. These instruments are prepared 
for Coleman's Patent 

Molian Attachment* 
in which there is combined with the Pianoforte, a "Wind Instru- 
ment, the same keyboard controling both in such a manner, that 
either can be used separate, or both together, thus furnish; 
instrument for Organ or Piano music, or that may be combined at 
the pleasure of the performer, in orchestral effects. 
Iron Frames* 

From a knowledge of the fact that Pianofortes made without 
metalic frames, (as was the case in some of the first to which the 
M li in was applied.) were constantly subject to variations it 
by changes of temperature, many persons have honestly BU] 
it impracticable, and inexpedient, to combine a Wind with a 
Stringed Instrument. But having the strings connected with the 
entire iron frame at both ends, (as all are now made by this firm,) 
entirely obviates this difficulty. The strings and frame expand- 
ing and contracting together which preserves a uniform pitch in 
the Piano, so that no additional tuning is required over the ordi- 
nary Pianoforte, to keep the Piano in tune with the Reeds, 

Medals mid Diploma a 
have repeatedly been awarded to these manufacturers, in Boston, 
New York, Philadelphia, and other places, but have never, (pre- 
vious to 1856,) in any advertisement, handbill or circular, been 
alluded to in a single instance by them, having always relied upon 
the character of their instruments, which have now been before 
the public about thirty years. 

The Fact 
may be stated that at the last Exhibition of the Massachusetts 
Charitable Mechanic Association, thev were awarded SILVER and 
BRONZK MEDALS, for GRAND and SQUARE P1AN0F0KTI 

[£7* All orders by mail, or otherwise, as faithfully exi-cutedas 
if the parties were personally present, and will bi warranted to 
give satisfaction. 



. .<$► 

WILLIAM I.. LOCKHART, 

Furnishing and Coffin Warehouse, 
No. 2 Bridge Street, 

Opposite Prison Point Britlgc, East Cambridge* 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

3#itJjDg(mtf, %ki\t W&lmA, Ilostmonli 

— AND— 



Coffins, Caskets, Patent Metalic Case3 andRobe3 of every 

description always on hand. 

HOUSE, 152 CAMBKIDGE STREET. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

BOSTON AND WESTERN 

LAUD, TALLOW, SAUSAGES, 
Bolosnas; Beef, Pork, Scraps, Etc* 

Order Box, No. 17 South Market St., Boston. 

LARD WORKS 

Near the Bay State Glass Works, Bridge Street, 
East Cambridge. 

[p^ Particular attention paid to packing the above for 
Shipping, and rendering Lard and Tallow. 
05^ Cash given for rough tallow and lard. 

K. S. CHAFFEE & CO., 

DEALEKS IN 

HARD WOOD CHARCOAIr, 

Bridge Slrctt, 

E^ST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



4> — 

jjiiss Hfivrosirs 
V I O L !K T : 

OR, THE CROSS AND THE CROWN. 

iii:r last and best BOOK ! 

The todies all say so, and tl.< 

emphatically. 

Read whal they Sny : 

Miss Mcintosh has surpassed herself. [X. Y. Mirror. 

A charming book, which few can peruse without being 
made better, [lnd. Democrat. 

Its spirit never Aug', and its tone never degenerates — 
[Boston Bee. 

A tale of thrilling interest. [Christian Freeman. 

Violet must become a favorite household plant. [Cor- 
respondent Boston Bee. 

Superior to any of her former writings. [X. E Farmer. 

Those who know the autlwr cannot help admiring her 
book. [Prof. Huntington in Religious Magazine. 

Once opened, Violet is not laid down until the final page 
is read. [Boston Chronicle. 

Violet will add to the already high reputation of the au- 
thor. [Bangor Whig. 

An interesting tale, impressing an important moral les- 
son, f Religious Herald, Hartford. 

A most beautifully written tale. [Boston Journal. 

Miss Mcintosh has surpassed all her previous effi 
[Portland Transcript. 

Well worthy of being rend by every one. [Puritan Rec. 

Much superior to any of her previous writings. [Trav r. 

Miss Mcintosh is one of cur best female writers, and this 
will he considered her best work. | X. Y. Evangelist. 

A well-told story, which will find many readers. [Teh 
graph, Boston. 

One of the most beautifully written and interesting ta] 
that has been published for many years. [Lynn Report 

All who have lead Violet are delighted. [Phi la. Bulleti 

A Book which gathers power and pathos to the end.- 
[Harrison Advertiser. 

Violet is a most fascinating story, one that all may rea( 
with pleasure and profit. [Uncls Toby in Post. 

There is an indescribable charm about this book. [ 
ton Atlas. 

One of the most fascinating of American novels. [W 
cester Spy. 

JUST PUBLISHED BY 
JOHN P. JEVVETT «fc COMPANY, 

117 Washington Street, Bosh I 



SAMUEL, T. CROSBY, 

NO. 69 WASHINGTON STEEET, 

Has now in store, and is every day receiving, 

WATCHES, 



SILVER GOODS, 

PARIAN WARE. 

Purchasers will find a large and well selected assortment 
of new and desirable goods, at reasonable prices, such as 

SILVER PITCHERS, WAITERS, GOBLETS, CUPS, 

FORKS, SPOONS, AND FANCY SILVER, 

IN GREAT VARIETY. 

BKACELETS/ BROOCHES, 

ZSAR-RZNGS, RINGS, Set. 

OF DIAMOND, PEARL, MOSAIC, CORAL, CAMEO AND GOLD. 

iPAisimss sspjkinQris'ffiPiss, 

GBOTTPES, VASES, &/C.~Some quite new- 
WATCHES AND CLOCKS, of superior quality. 

0^- All of which the public arc invited to inspect 
without feeling obliged to purchase. 



Samuel T. Crosby, 

69 Washington Street, 

Three Doors South of Court Street, 

BOSTON. 



0^ PET *#G. 



THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF 

IN BOSTON CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT THE WARE- 
HOUSE OF 

Bates & Goldthwait. 

THEY IMPORT THEIR GOODS DIRECT FROM THE 

FACTORIES IN EUROPE, 

AND WILL SELL THEM AT A 

SMALL ADVANCE OVER COST- 

PERSONS FURNISHING HOUSES THROUGHOUT 

SHOULD NOT FAIL TO EXAMINE THIS STOCK. 

FROM THE LOWEST TO THE FINEST GKADES CAN 
ALWAYS BE HAD HERE AT THE 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

Bates & Goldthwait, 

45 Washington Street, Boston, 

BETWEEN COURT STREET AND CORNHILL. 



BI&I&W&1&© ©a,.©ISE< 




BATES & SAUNDERS, 



DEALERS IS 



FOREIGN AND AMERICAN 

DRY GOODS, 

HARVARD SQUARE, (CORNER DUN3TER STREET,) 
OLD CAMBRIDGE. 



A. <*. WILEY, 

H^gT^AfiD BLOCK, OLD CAMBRIDG*. 
Prescn i -.*,>ns prepared with care and accnrfa. , 



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